Winchester City Mill - National Trust

Exterior of the c18th Winchester City Mill, Hampshire, with the water which had powered the wheel rushing through the sluices
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This water-powered corn mill was first recorded in the Domesday survey of 1086. Rebuilt in 1744, it remained in use until the turn of the last century and has now been restored to full working order. The waterwheel and machinery turn daily throughout the season and there is something to interest everyone, including awe-inspiring mill-races, hands-on activities for children, a video presentation and displays about the River Itchen and its wildlife.

Venue Type:

Agricultural site, Industrial heritage site

Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

Adult: £3.90
Child: £1.95
Family: £9.75
Group adult: £3.65
Group child: £1.80


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Additional info

No parking on site. Parking at Chesil car park. Park and Ride to Winchester from M3 exit 10.
Tours by arrangement.
Drop-off point for people with disabilities. Please contact Mill for more disability information.

Winchester City Mill - National Trust
Bridge Street
SO23 0EJ




01962 870057

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