The Old Mill, located at Fairway Ave. & Lakeshore Drive in North Little Rock, is a historic re-creation of an 1880's water-powered grist mill. The mill was seen in the opening scenes of David Selznick's 1937 movie classic "Gone With The Wind", and is believed to be the only remaining structure from the film.

The Old Mill, also known as Pugh's Mill, was built in 1933 by Justin Matthews as a replica of an old-water-powered grist mill. The mill was designed to appear as if it belonged in Arkansas and had been here since the 1800s. It is made largely from tinted concrete work over steel and copper rods made to represent wood, iron or stone, and features sculptures by Mexican artist Senor Dionicio Rodriguez.

It's just a unique form of history that a lot of people don't even know.

Admission to The Old Mill is free, and the hours of operation are from sunrise to sunset.

Old Mill,  Lakeshore Drive and Fairway Avenue,  North Little Rock, AR 72116

Directions: From I-40, take JFK Blvd. (Ark. 107) north to McCain Blvd.; turn right on McCain, then right on Lakeshore Drive. From U.S. 67/167 take the McCain Blvd. West exit; take a left on Lakeshore Drive

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