Crabble Corn Mill Museums
Lower Road, River
Crabble Corn Mill won the award for the quality of its tours and milling demonstrations - it shows a past way of life using technology in tune with the environment.
One of the best complete working watermills in Europe, it uses the power of flowing water to make flour for bread, the staple diet of ordinary people for centuries.
Life-size models on several floors help show the reality of working life at the mill - ideal for work on "Victorians". From demolition, fully restored and opened to the public in 1990 this Georgian mill still grinds wheat to produce wholemeal flour today, from organic grain. The Mill can boast some of the finest examples of working Victorian flour production machinery in Europe, a reputation for which we are justifiably proud.
The Riverside Tea Room serves a variety of hot and cold meals and drinks. This space can be hired for private functions such as office parties, business luncheons, even wedding receptions, with seating for up to 60 people. .
AddressLower Road, River, Dover, Kent, CT17 0UY
Opening times11am - 5pm
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