Barry Mill is a magnificent example of Scotland's industrial heritage. It is set in a secluded area beside the Barry Burn, with a working mill, ladeside and burnside walks, and guided tours.
Exhibition explaining the role of the mill in the rural economy
Milling demonstrations - normally on Sunday afternoons and for pre-booked groups
Rebuilt in 1814 following a fire, incorporating an older drying kiln and extended in the 1930's
Walks alongside the lade and the Barry Burn
One of the last remaining mills of its type still working in Scotland
A working example of a traditional water-powered oatmeal mill
Industrial heritage site
FREE to members - Join NowAdult £5.50, Family £15, Single Parent £10, Concession £4.50Free parking
Parking is available in the main parking area, 50 yards from the visitor reception. Disabled visitors may set down closer to the mill by arrangement please contact reception for instructions. Building: there is wheelchair access to the mill via a ramp the ground floor & lower ground floor are accessible, but the first floor can only be accessed by stairs. Grounds: grass paths only around the grounds. A disabled WC is available.