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Sarehole Mill

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The Tolkien Trail.Sarehole Mill.

Very impressive building.Helpful and friendly staff.Easy to reach,the number 11 bus stops right... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2018
rjvb
Nice afternoon visit

Visited with my partner not knowing much about it despite it being on our doorstep. Nice coffee... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2018
MattT3150
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Visitors can learn about Birmingham's only working, water-powered cornmill constructed in 1765.
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Cole Bank Road, Birmingham B13 0BD, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

*So Overpriced* And the Halloween trail was extremely poor in comparison to the sister Museum site at Blakesley Hall. The trail was actually laughable. The craft activity was poor. It was a case of just get on with it with a paper plate, glitter and...More

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Reviewed 17 September 2018

Not suitable for the young generation or for the disabled as steps are very steep and dangerous in the museum . Parking facilities very poor only a few cars can be parked

Thank Fahim Z
Reviewed 25 August 2018

To put it simply, the visit is not worth the price. Due to a flooding earlier this year the mill was not working as it was being restored, which is understandable. But the smell of the water (which was not running) was excruciating. It terrorized...More

1  Thank denise1562015
Reviewed 30 July 2018

Been to Sarehole Mill roughly about 15 times. Loved every time I have visited. Home of the Tolkin with his house nearby

Thank trytobeasnorkeller
Reviewed 7 July 2018

Very impressive building.Helpful and friendly staff.Easy to reach,the number 11 bus stops right outside.Strangely few visitors during my recent two visits.maybe needs a new publicity campaign.

Thank rjvb
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

Great experience with very friendly and helpful staff! Great day out! We were lucky with the weather too!

1  Thank Rosie W
Reviewed 30 May 2018 via mobile

Spent 40 mins getting there and back and 30 mins actually at the mill. The mill wasn’t working, the lake is covered with a layer of algae, a muddy path, 3 members of staff with very little to do. They were really nice but with...More

1  Thank Abz-Talks
Reviewed 25 May 2018

Visited with my partner not knowing much about it despite it being on our doorstep. Nice coffee followed by a walk around for an hour or so. Nice bit of information on Tolkien as well as a little walk around the woods behind looking at...More

Thank MattT3150
Reviewed 11 May 2018

Positives: old world charm with hints of Tolkienian wonder. Negatives: there is naff all here. Not much to keep kids entertained. The café is rubbish. Not enough staff when it's busy. Most of the staff seem gormless. There could be more Hobbit stuff and history...More

Thank Uncle_Badger
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

It's a nice little break in the city to see an old restored mill. Interesting scenery, good little shop, it takes about an hour to visit. Not recommended for people with disabities because of stairs, but the outer space with the pond and the tea...More

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