Your Visit to Bunbury Mill
The mill, a Grade II listed building, is nestled in a beautiful spot on the edge of Bunbury village.
The grounds include the historic mill, a visitors' centre, car park, tea room, an idyllic picnic area, the mill pond and wildlife pond. Whatever the weather, there is plenty to do and see at the mill where local enthusiasts are on hand to paint an exciting picture of the mill’s history, with demonstrations and hands-on opportunities. Want the bigger picture? Click on it!
Free parking and access to the grounds
Guided tours of the Victorian mill
Tea room offering drinks and light refreshments
Toilet facilities including easy-access
The Visitor Centre and grounds are freely accessible, but in the mill, wheelchair access is limited to the ground floor. A video is shown of the entire mill in the Visitor Centre.
Visitors are conducted through the mill in a guided tour lasting around 40 minutes. We are very hands-on, and you will be put to work when you enter the mill.
You could be weighing the grain, winnowing, ringing the bell, starting the wheel, shaking the shoe, trying to hand grind wheat and then testing the quality of the flour.
If you do really well, you can start on Monday at 5a.m. working as an apprentice at one shilling a week!
Off Bowes Gate Road
Grid Ref. SJ574581
Open Days and Events will be subject to any Covid-19 Government guidelines and regulations at the time.
Please observe them so that everyone stays safe. Hand-sanitiser will be available at key locations within the site.