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Arrived about 2 PM. Spent over an hour at the site. Docent cranked up the grist mill while we were there so we could watch the process of admitting water to the penstock, opening the throttle valve to the turbine and corn passing into the...More
Very interesting part of the Smokey Mountains history.
It's fun to watch the mill operate and imagine what life was like when you couldn't run to the grocery store for your cornmeal.
Beautiful scenery and a neat place to stretch your legs.
The Mingus Mill is a great stop. This stop was actually a happy accident. We were driving by and decided to stop in to go to the restroom. So glad we did! As with most of the historical structures that we visited during our trip,...More
Mingus Mills is a must stop in the smoky mountains the staff is incredibly knowledgeable and friendly the surroundings are peaceful and the history is amazing. Do yourself a favor and stop by this historic location and have some fun in the SMNP.
Great quick stop off the main thoroughfare through the park. Good stop for historical as well as mechanical minded individuals. Store sells the cornmeal and flour they grind as an interesting edible souvenir you can bring home.
The Mingus Mill was neat to visit after the visitor's center. My family with two teenagers enjoyed the short walk to the mill and touring the inside of the 3-story building. There was a person working the mill and selling the cornmeal. I thought that...More
I've visited the mill since I was a kid. We always went every year. My husband and I took our children once when they were small so they didn't remember it. So this was our first visit in about 7 years. I don't think anything...More