The Jenney Grist Mill Museum & Shoppe
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Located in Plymouth just north of historic downtown is The Jenny Grist Mill. The Mill is a step back in time as one walks through the doors of the old mill. The story of Pilgrim John Jenney and his journey to America and how he built the original grist mill will be told. See the oldest woking water wheel turning the grinding stones. Visitors learn how corn is ground by the turn of a stone. Hear the Pilgrim's story and how important the Mill was to the survival of the colony. Tours are offered on the hour and half hour. Reservations are suggested but not necessary. Be sure to Stop by the Mill Stone Creamery ice cream shop before or after your tour.
6 Spring Ln, Plymouth, MA 02360
- Accessibility Details: There is designated handicapped parking.
- Hours: Contact the off-site manager for an appointment, 630-887-1991
- Hours: The Grist Mill 2010 season begins March 27th through November 28th. Group tours are available in the off-season. Scout programs available year round.
Mon - Sat, 9:30am - 5pm; Sun, noon - 5pm. The Mill is closed Easter Sunday and Thanksgiving.