Mid-19th century sawmill, with working steam beam-engine, original Cornish boiler (now out of service) and a working blacksmith's forge. Restored waterwheel. Working line-shaft driven woodworking machinery. Several small steam engines showing the development of steam power. A pattern-maker's shop on the first floor houses a collection of tools, models and displays of the Society's collection. Collection of working historic tower clocks. Riverside picnic area and refreshments.
Museum, Industrial heritage site
Steaming Events on the 3rd Sunday in the month between March and October from 10.00am to 5.00pm.
Also open on Wednesdays and Sundays between 1030am and 4.30pm from 20March until 16October. (Not in-steam)
Groups and schools may visit by appointment via our website.
For Steam Events - Adults £4.50 Children and Concessions £3.00. Children under 5 Free.
For normal open days - Adults £2.00 Children and Concessions £1.50. Under 5s Free.
Special rates for school and group visits booked in advance.
Riverside picnic area. Working demonstrations.
Blenheim Palace Sawmill
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