Mill Green Museum & Mill
A local history museum for the Welwyn Hatfield District, housed in the former Miller's House dating back to the sixteenth century. Three galleries housing local artefacts or temporary exhibitions.
Adjacent to the museum is a fully restored, working, eighteenth century corn mill powered by the River Lea. Milling every week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday. Mill Green organic flour on sale.
Jubilee garden with picnic tables, knot garden and herb trail. Riverside setting.
Sun & Bank Holidays 1400-1700
Closed Mon,Fri and Sat
Entry to the grounds is FREE but adults will be charged £2.50 to enter the museum. Children under 16 FREE.
Entry for one adult accompanying a child on a booked activity (£4.00+) FREE.
Children must have a parent or guardian on the premises at all times during their visit, unless otherwise stated.
We have tea and coffee facilities for parents and grandparents to enjoy. Children like our hot chocolate, too!
Our resources room is open on Thursday mornings between 10:00 and 12 noon, or other times by appointment. You can browse through old photographs, search local history information files or just chat to our volunteer local history enthusiasts who staff the facility.
Archaeology, Archives, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Decorative and Applied Art, Fine Art, Natural Sciences, Science and Technology, Social History
Young Archaeologists' Club (YAC)
The Hatfield branch of the Young Archaeologists' Club is hosted by Mill Green Museum and Mill. Meetings are held on the 3rd weekend of every month (excluding December and Summer holidays) for various archaeological and historical activities and explorations, including trips to places of historical interest.
How to obtain
Membership is not necessary but as there is an open list for meetings, they can get busy so it is important to email or call before the meeting to inform organisers that you will be attending. Contact Sarah Adamson on email@example.com or 01707 271362.