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Attraction in Houghton

Houghton Mill
Mill Street
Houghton
Cambridgeshire

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The National Trust's Houghton Mill is the last working water mill on the great River Ouse and has been extensively restored. We do milling demonstrations every Sunday afternoon in the open season (river levels permitting) and the stoneground wholmeal flour is for sale.
Children love the working models and hands-on exhibits and there are excellent riverside walks to explore.
Our riverside tearoom is open from 11am until 5pm on mill opening days for light refreshments.
Cycle racks available in the car park.
Wheelchair access to ground floor only.
Braille guide, large print guide and induction loop available.
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Months Open: Apr & Oct; Saturdays 11.00 - 5.00, Sundays & Bank Hols 1.00 - 5.00
May - Sept; Sunday - Weds; 1.00 - 5.00
Last entry 4.30pm
Admission Price: Adults: £3.50
Children: £1.70
Under 5s: Free
NT Members with valid card: Free
Catering: Café

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