Antique machinery related to the mill’s history is exhibited on the first two floors of the building. The mill stones, broom making equipment, printing press, and dog powered butter churn are on the first level. The country store, player piano, and weaving exhibit room are on the second floor. Hand looms, spinning wheels and a rare collection of 19th century power looms and wool carding machines are on display.
Falls Mill is open to the public for tours from 9 -4 weekdays and Saturday March -December. We are closed each Wednesday and Sunday (see calendar page for winter schedule). Visitors begin with an introductory video of the history of the mill, then take a self-guided tour through the building and scenic grounds. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended. There is one flight of stairs and the second floor is not handicapped accessible. Dress warmly during the winter months as the mill building is not heated. SEE CONTACT AND CALENDAR PAGE FOR LISTINGS OF SPECIAL EVENTS
All admission charges and donations are used for the development of educational exhibits and the continuing restoration of Falls Mill by The Museum of Power and Industry, Inc., a non-profit organization. Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for senior citizens, military and students, and $2 for children over 4.
Museum membership is available for $25 per year. Member benefits include free admission to the building and grounds, newsletter Mill Musings published each winter and summer, invitation to the annual picnic, and all special events.
Admission charges: Adults $4 , Seniors, Students and Military $3, Children $2