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Ancient and Amazing

The Norse Mill and Kiln is worth turning off the road for. It is free and unguided but gives an... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fishnstitch
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Canberra, Australia
Ancient toos for drying and grinding barleycorn

These are restored buildings one a kiln for drying and another a water driven wheel and stone for... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2018
slarson127
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Dover, New Hampshire
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Norse Mill and Kiln is worth turning off the road for. It is free and unguided but gives an insight into farming life in a time long gone by. One can sit on the rock seats inside the mill, that have been there since...More

Thank Fishnstitch
Reviewed 7 October 2018

These are restored buildings one a kiln for drying and another a water driven wheel and stone for grinding. Its not obvious in what soil barleycorn grows unless its among rocks! However climate has changed and early technology is always interesting. Clearly explained by signs....More

Thank slarson127
Reviewed 24 September 2018 via mobile

We decided to visit this just as we were driving past, and very pleased we did. It's a short walk from the car park area to the restored buildings which you can walk round and enter for free.

Thank Fee667667
Reviewed 15 September 2018

Just off the main road...400m hike.. yet well worth the visit; if you want to photograph the inside of the Mill you need a flash!

Thank Jim Nicholson P
Reviewed 23 August 2018 via mobile

A really sweet and well regarded little location which has been restored by the Norse Mill Society. Really cute pair of little huts with a lovely walk to it (about 3/4 mile). Pretty location on tiny babbling brook. However the contents of the huts is...More

Thank johnandlizb
Reviewed 5 August 2018

Hidden a short walk from the road this is well restored example of early Norse style mills. Good information left in side the mill but could do with some information sign boards on busy days so everyone can understand what is being displayed at the...More

Thank iscott76
Reviewed 18 June 2018

It's a short walk over from the car park to the mill and kiln, which have been well restored. The information in the folder was very detailed but as there was no lighting it was difficult to see/read.

2  Thank Happyreturn2012
Reviewed 24 May 2018

This wasn't well advertised, we found out about it when visiting the blackhouse and Arnol. It's a pleasant walk down to the site and there is lots of information in a folder about how the mill and the kiln were used.

2  Thank Ailsa56
Reviewed 22 May 2018

A short pleasant walk off the road (there is a parking area) with nice views. Interesting buildings, with the 'workings' still inside. An interpretation board would be handy, but it's more or less self-explanatory. I actually liked this site better than the blackhouses - less...More

Thank highlandjan
Reviewed 8 May 2018

Scenic setting. Short c500m from car park. Free to visit. Similar construction to blackhouse so could skip if short of time and have already visited the blackhouses

Thank Jasmine38Chichester
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