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This museum takes you to the ancient times, to show you how they used to turn grain into flour with different mill techniques. Not only you can see how they work, but you can try by yourself most of them.
It is a fun place...More
This is a curious rural museum, located in a beautiful environment. It´s a themed museum, dedicated to mills. After an introductory eight minute video, you can go around the venue which is built around a small river surrounded by trees. There are a wide range...More
The visit began with a DVD of the museum and how the mills worked. We then walked around a really interesting area with many different mills. The bar next door served a great local lunch to complete our visit.
I visited this with my husband and 5 year old daughter. We hadn't heard of it before, so had no expectations but were very impressed. The museum shows the development of mills, from how grains were ground by hand, via simple machines to the use...More
Yes it's out of the way but well worth it.
Wonderful demonstrations of flour making by grinding: wheat, corn, rye and oats.
History goes back 10,000 years and progresses onward from hand grinding to hydraulic power. Also excellent introduction video, even in English. All structures...More