Clyston Mill, located in Broadclyst village, will be open to visitors every Friday and Saturday, 1-4pm, from 22 July to 24 September.
- Booking not needed
- Free event
Visit this historic mill, located in the centre of Broadclyst Village. Step back in time to discover how the mill harnessed the power of water to grind the farmer's grain.
Entry is free for all visitors.
- Children are welcome but must be supervised at all times.
- Meeting point
- From the main car park in Broadclyst village, head towards the church in the village centre. Follow the arrows signs across the churchyard to enter the mill.
- What to bring and wear
- The historic mill is unheated. Please dress for the weather.
- There is a single accessible parking space at Clyston Mill. The entrance to the mill is level. The first and second floor are accessed via steep wooden stairs. Registered assistance dogs welcome.
- This is a historic watermill. The stairs are narrow, steep and ladder-like in places. There are low beams, especially as you climb the stairs, machinery and uneven floors. There is no parking available at the mill. Please park in the village car park and head towards the church. Follow the arrow signs across the churchyard to enter the mill. Registered assistance dogs only. Facilities are available in Broadclyst village.