Winchester City Mill

Winchester City Mill has stood at the heart of Winchester, the capital of King Alfred’s Wessex, since at least Saxon times. With a history of over 1000 years, the Mill is probably the oldest working watermill in the UK.

A rare surviving example of an urban working corn mill, the City Mill was rebuilt in 1744 and having entered the care of the National Trust in the 1920’s, it was restored back to full working order in 2004.

With hands-on activities and audio-visual displays as well as regular flour milling demonstrations, the City Mill is a lively, informative place for all ages.

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