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Plan to spend 30-45 minutes. With the right docent to explain the process from start to finish you... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2017
grrprr
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Tallahassee, Florida
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What an unexpected gem.

Stumbled upon this amazing structure that is tucked behind Dorney Park and set upon the creek as... read more

Reviewed 22 December 2016
creativecrew
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Allentown, Pennsylvania
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1 Jul 2017
“Good Visit”
22 Dec 2016
“What an unexpected gem.”
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3600 Dorney Park Rd, Cetronia, Allentown, PA 18104-5845
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Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

Plan to spend 30-45 minutes. With the right docent to explain the process from start to finish you can get a complete picture of wheat to flour. It is a bit dark inside and there is a steep staircase to the 2nd floor.

1  Thank grrprr
Reviewed 22 December 2016 via mobile

Stumbled upon this amazing structure that is tucked behind Dorney Park and set upon the creek as the original mill location. While the museum was not open until spring, we enjoyed walking around the lovely grounds and peeking inside the windows. Can't wait to come...More

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Reviewed 29 October 2015 via mobile

Stopped by here yesterday only to find out its just opened weekends during the summer. To our surprise the owner was there & gave us a tour. Cool experience & it's awesome to see people with so much pride in their past.

Thank Patricia P
Reviewed 30 August 2015 via mobile

My wife and I went to the mill for a special place as we love historical buildings and the place they have in our country's history.We were not disappointed. This is an excellent example of a by gone era that has not changed that much...More

Thank Gene P
Reviewed 30 May 2015

Great place for history buffs. Volunteers will actually turn on the mill in order to see how the pulleys & belts work. Gazebo & creek on property. Tour is free & just asks for donation.

Thank M A
Reviewed 3 June 2013

My family and friends enjoyed visiting this historic gem. The tour guide was knowledgeable and friendly, and the grounds are beautiful with well-kept plantings of flowers and trees. There's also a lovely gazebo in the park-like setting out back. The tour is free, so bring...More

5  Thank Garden-Cats
Reviewed 30 November 2012

Haines Mill is located on Cedar Creek at the western end of Cedar Creek Parkway East, in the shadow of Dorney Park. The original mill was erected about 1760. As part of Lehigh County’s park system, visitors can watch a water turbine and rolling equipment...More

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