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National Trust Property. Corn mill with original wooden machinery in a peaceful riverside setting. Open afternoons on Saturdays and Sundays only from Easter to October. Very informative guided visits and a lovely river location near the oldest...more
All reviews old mill guided tour lovely setting nt property kingston lacey national trust great place to visit on display well worth a visit old bridge workings marshall miller stroud sites seals estate
The White Mill was very busy today probably due to the free entry as part of the Heritage Days event. A lovely setting and well looked after attraction. The guide was knowledgeable, we just felt it was a bit slow, probably as the different groups...More
The small knowledgeable staff of the National Trust's White Mill is throughly devoted to its ongoing preservation. It's all low key , unhurried and cozy, especially given better seasonal and midweek circumstances. We get a feel not only for the yesteryear work itself but a...More
We visited on the day England played Sweden in the World Cup quarter-finals. We were the only visitors at that time so we had a personal guided tour.
We visit many National Trust and English Heritage estates and I sometimes find the large houses overly...More
White Mill is on the old Kingston Lacy estate and is a well preserved mill on the Stour. Most of the machinery is intact and the mill guide was very informative. The adjacent bridge is over 800 years old and well worth seeing.
Somewhere that I had seen but never visited, after a pleasant visit to NT property Kingston Lacy, with my brother on a lovely sunny day, we decided to go to White Mill - NT , not far away. Not too many people around, despite the...More
White Mill at Sturminster Marshall is in a lovely setting outside the village. Fascinating history attached to it and the guide was very good and knowledgable. I find that if the person telling the story is interested in their subject it really brings the history...More
We popped in here after spending the day Kingston Lacey, just 10 minutes away.
Due to it being such a small attraction I think it often gets overlooked but that makes it a great place to visit if you want a quiet, personal tour.