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Mill Green Museum and Mill, in the tiny village of Mill Green between Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield, is a little gem with loads to offer for a fun day out. You can explore the fascinating 300 year old water mill, restored to full working order...more
This mill is amazing.it is a working mill so is full of facinatiting facts.
I took a group of year 10ns here.mixed gender. There was something for everyone.
The staff were all so friendly and attentive. The baking was very good and informative at the...More
This is a great place to visit with children. Staff very friendly and helpful. Showed us round the working mill, the museum has some nice activities for children and there is also craft for children during the holidays. We made clay aliens! Well worth a...More
I got a taxi, to Mill Green Museum as I was unsure about local buses. It seems to be quite a walk from public transport for those who are infirm or disabled.
Very interesting exhibits outside, including a plough and mangle. On entering the Mill,...More
All staff extremely friendly and welcoming. Suitable for disabled; other than top half of mill.
Miller very informative and interesting; you can buy their flour in shop.
Only disappointment was no café, but are currently in process of planning, so will not be long!
Found this on here so decided to have a mooch about. Was pleasantly surprised how interesting it was and as the saying goes ‘you learn something new every day’ very friendly and helpful staff. The miller was so nice and informative and clearly works very...More
I visited during the Easter break with my 4 year old daughter.
There was bread making for £1 and the visit to the museum was £3.50.
I went to pay to be told the card machine had stopped working. I pleaded if I could do...More
This is a working water mill and local museum with gardens.
At this time of year (end of November) the café is shut but there is a coffee machine that makes a reasonable brew.
You could get around the whole museum and mill in half...More