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Nestled along the Pickering Creek in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, the Mill at Anselma is an extraordinary artifact of 250 years of Chester County’s industrial heritage. The Mill retains its original Colonial-Era power train, as well as multiple...more
We live close by the Mill, it is most definitely a local treasure. Every few weeks or so, there is something happening at the Mill. To see an actual grain mill in action is pretty impressive, let alone a Mill that is centuries old. The...More
This is a rare wooden geared mill that is intract and quite educational. They make flour and a wonderful roasted cornmeal that I use to bake cornbread. Worth a few hours to tour the mill and mill race.
Our visit to this historic mill site was the highlight to our weekend jaunt through the area. The attitude level here is low-key, to be sure, but befits the site nicely. I'd suggest a leisurely stroll around the grounds in addition to the guided tour....More
Included this on our day trip to the area to have Tea. Admission is $5 ($4 for seniors) and included a guided tour of the property along with its history. Unfortunately, only the actual mill is open for tours. It would be nice if at...More
There is so much to see in the Philadelphia suburbs! we were looking for a historical site to visit on a particularly nice weekend and we came across the Mill at Anselma. The volunteers at the Mill gave us a wonderful and informative tour and...More