Winchester City Mill

Welcome to Winchester City Mill, Hampshire, gateway to the South Downs
Winchester City Mill

Things to see and do

Video

Get a taste of Winchester City Mill

Find out what you might experience on a trip to Winchester City Mill by watching this short video.

Winchester City Mill

What's on 

Flour being packaged at Winchester City Mill

30-hour Millathon 

10am Sat 17 – 4pm Sun 18 June: Join our volunteer millers as they set a new Mill record - 30 hours of non-stop milling. It's free entry throughout the day and night. All donations from raffle tickets, recipe cards and flour will go towards saving the Mill.

Several yellow plastic ducks on the Mill's water wheel

Winchester City Mill's Duck Race  

Help save Winchester City Mill and sponsor a bath tub racing duck for our August grand duck race. All proceeds from the event and duck sponsorship will go to Winchester City Mill’s fundraising appeal.

Upcoming events

2017 Milling Demonstrations

Sat 24 Jun 2017
11:00-16:00
Visit on a milling day and see our team of volunteer millers in action as they harness the power of the river Itchen to turn waterwheels, gears and millstones to produce Winchester City Mill's traditional wholemeal flour.

2017 Seasonal Baking Demonstrations

Sat 29 Jul 2017
11:00-15:00
Visit Winchester City Mill to see how seasonal ingredients can be combined with our stoneground wholemeal flour to produce delicious bread, cakes, biscuits and much more. Sample different recipes and be inspired.

Duck Race on the River Itchen

Sat 26 Aug 2017
11:00-16:00
Sponsor a racing duck from £5 and take part in our action-packed afternoon at Winchester City Mill. The fun starts at 11am, with cake stalls and activities for all the family, and the race begins at 2pm.
Winchester City Mill

History

Winchester City Mill

Our work

Winchester City Mill

Learning

Children enjoying a milling demonstration at Winchester City Mill

Visit Winchester City Mill with your education group 

Winchester City Mill is able to provide first-hand experiences that cannot be recreated in the classroom. With two floors and garden to explore, informative guided tours, exciting hands-on activities and interesting audio-visual displays to enjoy, there is something for all ages and abilities.




Educational Group Membership

If you intend to bring groups to visit National Trust places for educational purposes, it's much cheaper to join our Educational Group Membership scheme.