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Mill Green Museum and Mill, in the tiny village of Mill Green between Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield, is a little gem with loads to offer for a fun day out. You can explore the fascinating 300 year old water mill, restored to full working order...more
The museum consists of three rooms and a water mill.One room was being made up for a railway exhibition.The other two are devoted to World War 1.The tank was trialled at Hatfield House.Not a great deal about Welwyn though which is a shame.Friendly staff..You would...More
Visited the Mill with our two kids, 2 and 5 years old.
Fascinating to see the mill in action - we were able to get up close on various levels of the building so that you could really see how all the mechanisms work.
The small museum probably wouldn't be worth a visit in its own right but the working mill is excellent. Phone to check that they are milling before you visit.
On the day we visited with our 2- and 4-year-old grandsons there were creative activities for...More
We visited in the summer holidays with a 2 and 6 year old plus grandad.
We had a lovely few hours here with some WW1 crafts and painting activities.
The girls were fascinated by the mill and loved having a go grinding their own flour-...More
This mill is amazing.it is a working mill so is full of facinatiting facts.
I took a group of year 10ns here.mixed gender. There was something for everyone.
The staff were all so friendly and attentive. The baking was very good and informative at the...More
This is a great place to visit with children. Staff very friendly and helpful. Showed us round the working mill, the museum has some nice activities for children and there is also craft for children during the holidays. We made clay aliens! Well worth a...More
I got a taxi, to Mill Green Museum as I was unsure about local buses. It seems to be quite a walk from public transport for those who are infirm or disabled.
Very interesting exhibits outside, including a plough and mangle. On entering the Mill,...More