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Winchester City Mill

A working water mill, the Winchester City Mill was reconstructed here in 1744. A mill was first recorded here in the Domesday Book in 1086. The Winchester City Mill earned its name in 1554 when it was given as a gift to Winchester by Queen Mary in part of the celebrations of her wedding at Winchester Cathedral. The waterwheel and mill gears turn daily and there are milling exhibitions here at the weekend. You can also visit the pretty Island Garden at the back of the mill.

Location
Address: Winchester City Mill, Bridge Street
Postcode: SO23 8EJ
Town/city or near: Winchester
County: Hampshire
Admission
Adults: 3.20
Children: 1.60

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