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House Mill, Bromley-by-Bow
Grid reference: TQ 382 828
OS sheet: 177
Postcode: E3 3DU
Off A12/Blackwall tunnel Northern Approach, close to the Bow Flyover
(Southbound). Park in Tesco Supermarket car park for the duration of your visit.
Mill entrance is at rear. The nearest underground station is
Bromley-by-Bow, which is a 5 minute walk away. Nearest DLR stations are
Abbey Road, Bow Church, Devons Road, all 10 minutes walk. Buses 108 and
488 stop outside Tesco, Three Mill Lane - a 3-minute walk away. Routes 25, 276
and 425 stop at Stratford High Street Bow Flyover _ a 5-minute walk away.
Large 5-storey tidal watermill, originally built in 1776 for grinding grain for
the Gin trade, with four waterwheels, and twelve pairs of millstones. Last
worked 1940. The largest existing tidal mill in the world. Grade 1 listed.
Building restored 1988-98. The Clock Mill, also formerly a
tide mill is adjacent (no public access).
Opening times 2017
May to October, guided tours only, every Sunday 11.00-16.00. and on the first Sundays in March, April and December. The last tour is at 15.30.
See web site for further
Pre-booked group tours and school parties by arrangement
When open to visitors, the House Mill has a café selling freshly prepared
sandwiches, baguettes, bagels, rolls etc and hot and cold drinks.
National Mills Weekend opening times 2017
13th & Sunday 14th May, 11.00-16.00.
us to launch the
Active Energy Project
'Waterwheel Turbine' on Saturday 15.00 - 17.00.
020 8980 4626.