I wouldn't make this a destination, however if you in the area its worth a 15min. peek. Great place for photos :)
The ticket person was very helpful in guiding us to places. The tour is great. The men gave a very informative tour and funny tool
Not sure where the most charm comes from! Is it this beautiful little historical mill or the staff that works there? This mill setting is classic. Fascinating to see how corn meal was produced long go. Special treat to keep a bag of Dexter's corn meal in the freezer for special occasions. A Thanksgiving tradition in my family... Corn bread... More
Interesting for younger children, the tour guide decided to rib us throughout his talk because we are from the UK, all OK but it got a little boring after a while. Still interesting from an engineering perspective but 10 - 20 mins max
Had our wedding photos done there. Amazing spots, the pond, stone walls, old buildings. Loved it!
This is definitely a good stop to make. The nicest gentleman spent time telling us all about the history of the mill. There is a lot more to the mill than one would have imagined and that this was all done hundreds of years ago!
It was great to see this working cornmill. Congratulations to Sandwich on having saved it, and making it available to visitors. The guides were friendly and enthusiastic and gave a comprehensive explanation and demonstration as to how the mill operated. We even got to taste the raw produce.
My wife and I popped in for a quick peek while strolling through town. The admission rate was very reasonable and I was curious to see what the mill looked like on the inside. Expecting a self-guided tour we were surprised to encounter the two tour guides inside. They were fantastic though! Very knowledgeable and we thoroughly enjoyed listening to... More
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