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Woodbridge Tide Mill
Grid reference: TM 276 487
OS sheet: 169
Postcode: IP12 1BY
On the quayside at Woodbridge. No parking at mill.
This tide mill is a rare example. Built in 1793 on an earlier site, it ceased to work commercially in 1957. Has a new wooden undershot waterwheel and four pairs of millstones. Reopened April 2012 after complete restoration with display panels, videos, models, games for children and audio stories. Machinery turns whenever tides permit. (Milling demonstrations - see website).
Opening times 2017
1st April to September, daily,
11.00-17.00; 16.30 last entry. October, weekends only; October half term; daily all week.
Parties throughout year by prior arrangement. See
for turning and milling times.
National Mills Weekend opening times 2017
Saturday and Sunday, 11.00-17.00.
We intend to mount an exhibition at the mill related to the Real Bread Campaign
detailing the Craft of Artisan Bakers in East Suffolk.