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A wonderful example of local history lovingly restored and maintained. Interesting trip for children and adults with activities on site and a real-time demonstration by the lovely Miller with an end product you can purchase to take home.
Went for a visit at the weekend but out of tourist season. The mill was working and the enthusiasm of the Miller was wonderful! He took the time to explain some of the history and the workings of the mill and what happened to the...More
A little tucked away but so close to major routes this museum is excellent. Best to visit when the water driven mill is in action and flour is actually being milled. The adjacent museum is fairly compact but crammed with local material.
We last visited...More
Great place to visit when children are on school holidays
Check the website for activities such as bread making arts and craft
Its very good value
My grandaughter loved it and shes 9 years old.
Will definitely visit in the next school holidays The museum...More
Mill Green Museum and Mill is slightly hidden away, but well sign-posted (actually next to A1(M)). There is limited car parking on site, but plenty on the street outside.
The museum and mill cost £3.50 to visit (children free), but you can visit the grounds...More
Visited here today with a friend and four children aged 2,3,4 & 8. Most importantly the children enjoyed their visit, though we struggled to stretch the visit to two hours and that was including lunch.
There is enough parking spaces for 5 cars including one...More
This is ideal for old and young alike. I took my grandchildren there and we all enjoyed it.
sometimes they play games, everybody I have spoken to have never complained. The history is very interesting, better to go on a nice sunny day, more enjoyable...More
I was at a loose end before a meeting so popped in here. The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. The museum is just about ok but the renovated mill is worth seeing. You can even buy their own flour.
The Mill Green Museum and Mill is very close to Hatfield and also close to Welwyn Garden City. The mill is driven by a fantastic water mill its so worth going to see plus there are lots of other bits of bits of local heritage...More