Things to do at Bunbury Mill
Nature and Wildlife
A visit to the mill offers something for all ages. Tours last around 45 minutes, the mill is working during opening hours giving everyone an opportunity to listen to the rhythmic rumble of the millstones and the roar of the wheel.
The visitor centre provides toilet facilities and seating and a cafe offering light refreshments and the opportunity to purchase flour ground in the mill.
Visit our Coffee Shop
The mill is nestled in a beautiful spot on the edge of Bunbury village.
The grounds include the historic mill, a visitors centre, car park, cafe, an idyllic picnic area, the mill pond and wildlife pond.
Whatever the weather there is plenty to do and see at the mill and local enthusiasts are on hand to paint an exciting picture of the mill’s history with demonstrations and hands-on opportunities.
At The Mill
A range of hot and cold drinks, along with a selection of our delicious cakes and snacks are available in our visitors centre.
With seating inside and picnic tables outside overlooking the picturesque mill pond, a perfect spot on a sunny day.
Tea & Coffee
Complete your day out with other attractions in the local area including a visit to the Bunbury locks or the 11th century church in the village, Beeston Castle is a English heritage site just 3 miles away as well as a wealth of foot paths in the surrounding area.
The Restored Mill
Come on a tour and feel the whole building come to life as wheat is turned into flour. The whole building rumbles as you follow the grain from the point it enters the building, through the refining process and into the mill stones as it is ground to flour.
You will also be able to see a number of historic machines.
Whether you are eight or eighty you will be unable to resist the search for wildlife in the wildlife pond. Also as you listen to the water through the sluice gates watch carefully as you may see Kingfishers and Herons.