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A self guided tour of the old mill works, is an interesting way to linger after a delicious meal at the adjacent cafe. Information signs explain both the history of the operation as well as the many sections and processes used in milling grains.
We stopped at the Upper Mill and the free Waterwheel self guided tour. Interesting to see the waterwheel and mechanics - good signage explaining the history and how the waterwheel worked/works. It’s adjacent to shops and the Waterwheel cafe which we browsed. Well worth a...More
On your own, view the mill that is still continuing to operate with a water wheel. It is unbelievable to watch this mechanism in action. Although no grain is involved anymore, the water wheel still runs perfectly. Our forefathers were ingenious! Go in and ask....More
I went there at 11am on Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 and they had a sign posted that they opened at 1pm. Earlier every other day but 1pm on Wednesdays. Just my luck....I moved on to other adventures. Wish their website was working so I might...More
If you are into Mills, water wheels and history, this one is definitely worth checking out. It is a three story self-guided tour, not accessible for the handicapped. The wheel itself is still running, and it is the biggest wheel I have ever seen. Great...More
Great place to look around. The dress shop always has fine stuff and has been a Milford staple. The country store, once it gets going in the summer is fun to browse and you never know what treasure you might find. The guitar store is...More
My wife wanted to return to this complex to shop at "Denim or Lace". It is an excellent women's boutique with very stylish clothes that you are not likely to find elsewhere. The prices are no more than you would pay at a major department...More
Very interesting old building was disappointed that the water wheel at this time not working,there is a sign that it will be it the future. There is no fee and you walk thru on your own which was nice. It's only a few minutes from...More