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Mill House Cider Museum

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see inside a church tower clock

I enjoyed visiting here- I loved its small scale and the fact they had to switch the lights on in... read more

Reviewed August 10, 2018
Annette269
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Burnopfield, United Kingdom
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Fun afternoon visit

This museum is a great way to spend an hour or two learning about the cider making process. If you... read more

Reviewed August 3, 2018
Christopher G
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Mill House Cider Museum - Discover how to make Cider ! In the heart of Dorset, Mill House Cider Museum shows you exactly how this traditional drink was made.You can tour around the displays and equipment that shows the importance of cider as a drink...more
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House Cider Museum 33 Moreton Road, Owermoigne DT2 8HZ, England
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

When in Dorset a must place to visit good to see t He old ways of making cider and the gear used have been saved for people to se.e

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Reviewed August 10, 2018 via mobile

I enjoyed visiting here- I loved its small scale and the fact they had to switch the lights on in the clock museum before they let us in. It's quirky and a bit random - there's a gorgeous Chinese bedstead in the middle of the...More

Thank Annette269
Reviewed August 3, 2018 via mobile

This museum is a great way to spend an hour or two learning about the cider making process. If you are expecting a ‘museum’ in the sense of loads of exhibitions then you will be disappointed. If you go expecting a view of the heritage...More

Thank Christopher G
Reviewed July 8, 2018 via mobile

It was interesting to watch the video and see how cider is made, the old equipment was also nice to see. The staff were friendly and helpful. They let us try different types of cider, which was lovely!

Thank Dibdabbado
Reviewed February 23, 2018 via mobile

Found this last year and decided to visit today. What's fine all of those clocks and cider making equipment. Was made very welcome on a very cold February. Well worth a visit.

Thank Avalon T
Reviewed February 17, 2018 via mobile

Nothing gets the cogs whirring like a Saturday afternoon at Mill House's Dorset Collection of Clocks and Cider Museum. If you follow the signs just off the main road you'll be there in a tick, and you'll be welcomed by a room full of friendly...More

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Penny C, Manager at Mill House Cider Museum, responded to this reviewResponded February 19, 2018

Glad you enjoyed your experience Matthew, Cheers !

Reviewed September 10, 2017 via mobile

I'm sorry, but I cannot see how this museum has positive reviews. The equipment is displayed poorly. We went on an overcast day, and it was difficult to see the exhibits. There was no lighting. A lot of exhibits were very similar, and the range...More

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Penny C, Guest Relations Manager at Mill House Cider Museum, responded to this reviewResponded September 11, 2017

Thank you for your constructive criticism! I'm sorry that you didn't enjoy the museum. Unfortunately last week the lights in the foyer literally blew and the electrician is coming tomorrow to install new ones. I'm sorry this wasn't stated to you on entry. If you...More

Reviewed June 29, 2017 via mobile

Lady at shop was absolutely lovely clocks where interesting and educational then now on to the cider making .. ....brilliant some of the machines where massive and back date manly years ago. Cider tasting is good but please try and buy there products it helps...More

Thank madwoman42
Penny C, Guest Relations Manager at Mill House Cider Museum, responded to this reviewResponded September 11, 2017

Thank you ! Glad you enjoyed 😁

Reviewed June 12, 2017

Couldn't believe the miserly amount we were offered to taste. A small plastic cup the size of a bottle top for the two of us to share. I'm not joking and it wasn't nice. Cannot recommend a visit, a big disappointment.More

Thank jwp9652
Penny C, Manager at Mill House Cider Museum, responded to this reviewResponded June 13, 2017

When did you visit and who served you? I'm so sorry ! We always aim to give one dry, one sweet and a mixed taster per person, plus apple schnapple, toffee apple schnapple, cider brandy and any others that you might be interested in. Will...More

Reviewed June 11, 2017 via mobile

Was nearby so popped by and what a lovely small family run place! Welcoming and interesting. Small, but priced to match this. Good cider and clock collection!

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Robert G
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Response from Penny C | Property representative |
The cider museum is £2.50 entrance for adults. Oaps are £2. Children are free (you can purchase an optional 'cider fun sheet' for £1). If you do the Dorset Collection of Clocks as well it is £5. Any other questions do please... More
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