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All reviews covered bridge old mill mill creek park water wheel parking lot step back in time bring your camera nice hike take photos short trail whole wheat self guided tour working water mill beautiful scenery parking area surrounding park nice gift shop
Did you know that if you arrive while the country store is still open you can walk into a door and take steps down into the basement and watch the grist mill turn, moving the water with it? It's a small door to the left...More
We had a little difficulty finding it, but when we did it was worthwhile. Beautiful walk from the parking lot. The tour is self-guided but a docent offered to explain how the mill works. Highly recommended.
A restored working mill in a great setting with the waterfall and covered bridge. I ended up going there 3 times over a couple weeks taking pictures and exploring Mill Creek Park. Fascinating to watch everything in the mill working and a nice gift shop
The mill, built around 1840, is still in operation. A guide explained everything about it and answered all our questions. There are also tools and other artifacts on display. You can get up close to the water wheel itself and that is very interesting. This...More
This was such a great find! We took a trip with our 10 year old grandson and he just loved this place! Kade gave us a great tour of the place and that was much appreciated!
Great to have a place where kids can step...More
While on route from Pittsburgh to Cleveland , I wanted to find somewhere to stop, have lunch and do a little exploring. THIS site and the surrounding park was the perfect thing!
Lanterman’s Mill was built in the mid 1800s into the side of a...More
Beatuiful views, serene surroundings. Take a step back in time, feels like you are miles away from everything yet you're right there in town. Beautiful piece of architecture and history ALL IN ONE STOP.
Amazing working water mill. Very nice museum. The day we were there, all levels were open and we were able to see the complete working of the mill, from the water-driven wheel below to the upper levels. Worthwhile and totally enjoyable.
I will admit, however,...More