Opening times for 22 February 2024
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Please keep all dogs on a lead
Designated parking. No toilets. Paths and floors uneven with steps. First floor accessed by steep wooden staircase.
There is 1 designated space for disable people adjacent to the Mill. Further disabled visitors can be dropped at the Mill and park in the main car park, which is approx. 100m from the mill across two public roads
Portable ramp (1800mm) is available for access to view Mill.
Access is through door (1m wide) via 2 steps (approx. 250mm each) to ascend and 2 steps (approx. 250mm each) to descend. Portable ramp (1800mm) available. Floor surface consists of flag stones and wood. Floors are uneven in places due to the historic nature of the building. First floor is accessed via steep wooden steps
Closed for the winter
White Mill is closed for the winter. It reopens for Easter 2024, on Friday 29 March.
Corn mill with original 18th-century wooden machinery, in a peaceful riverside setting.
In a peaceful corner of Dorset stands White Mill, nestled on the River Stour in the Kingston Lacy estate. Discover more about the last surviving mill on this stretch of the river.
An 18th-century corn mill in a peaceful, rural setting. Rebuilt in 1776 on a site marked in the Domesday Book, this substantial mill was extensively repaired in 1994 and still retains its original elm and applewood machinery (now too fragile to be used).
Enjoy a stroll over White Mill bridge or sit in the garden and enjoy the tranquillity of the River Stour.
Find out all you need to know about joining the volunteer team at White Mill, from the kinds of work our volunteers help out with to how to get in touch if you’d like to apply