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We decided to stop when we saw the sign. This is a working mill. It was a holiday day weekend so we were the only people there. We watched the informative video, talked to the friendly host who pointed out several items to see and...More
When we entered the mill we paid our admission and then the "guide" gave us a very brief oral history of the mill while waling around the main level. Afterwards we were basically just left to wander as we pleased among the remaining floors. Each...More
A really interesting and beautiful place to visit. A lot of artifacts and operated by people that are very knowledgeable about the mill. Most used the mill or had family that used or was involved in the mill when it was in operation.
The mill is open for touring noon-5. The drive is very close to Winona. The tour is self guided, the video on loop is outdated. It's not really worth the admission price. I felt an antique store within this building would be more interesting.
New hours noon to 5 p.m. Tues - Sun.
New gift shop area and items, clean new open concept with all the untouched history.
Stop by and take a step back in time, when 100 barrels of flour were produced, running 24 hrs a day...More
see it actually work,(check for times run) see other farm machinery equipment used over the year, learn how much water it take to run a mill what it was used for who how it was restored. The volunteer guides were the greats to visit with....More