We didn't go out of our way to go here and I'm not sure how I would have felt about it if we had... It's a neat building that's had several incarnations on the same site. There is a little history, a lot of shopping and a small cafe type place on the third floor. The first floor sells products created from the mill among other things. The second floor has art, pottery, kitchen ware and a little bit of tourist stuff like their flour power shirts. The people were very nice and we had the best cobbler in the cafe. They also have the cutest outhouse I've ever seen. If you are up for the stairs it's worth a stop.
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