The House Mill

Originally built in 1776 but destroyed by fire in 1802 and quickly rebuilt, the House Mill was part of the Three Mills Distillery. It had 4 water wheels powered by the water or the tide, which operated Read More

About

Originally built in 1776 but destroyed by fire in 1802 and quickly rebuilt, the House Mill was part of the Three Mills Distillery. It had 4 water wheels powered by the water or the tide, which operated 12 pairs of millstones. It was the largest tide mill in the country and continued to operate until the Blitz in 1940. Building restored in 1997. Restoration of the water wheels and machinery is planned.

Prices and Opening Times

Adult Ticket £3.00 (USD 4.20) par ticket
Child Ticket FREE
Concession Ticket £1.50 (USD 2.10) par ticket

Children are free of charge, but must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

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Opening Times

The House Mill is open every Sunday from May to October from 11am – 4pm and on the first Sundays in March, April and December, the last tour is at 3.30 pm.

Since visitors cannot walk through the building unescorted, admission is by tour only.

Venue Details & Map

The House Mill

Address
Three Mill Lane
Bromley-by-Bow
London
E3 3DU
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 8980 4626
Email
Public transport:
Take underpass, walk north towards Tesco, along Three Mill Lane and over bridge.

Facilities

Booking Facilities
Group bookings accepted
Catering Facilities
Cafe

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