House Mill

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About House Mill

One of Newham’s hidden gems and set on the beautiful River Lea. The House Mill is a Grade I-listed, eighteenth-century tidal mill. Originally built in 1776 on an existing pre-Domesday site, it is the largest existing tidal mill in the world.

Three shorts films will take you to hidden parts of the mill including panoramic views and their unique pattern store. They will be opening the cafe outdoors every Sunday 11-4 in June with social distancing and hope to resume guided tours in the future, until then we hope you enjoy these films.

House Mill

Three Mill Lane, Bromley-by-Bow, E3 3DU

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House Mill, Pattern Store
House Mill, Three Mill Lane

A series of three short films will take you to hidden parts of the House Mill, a Grade I-listed, eighteenth-century mill and the largest surviving tidal mill in the world....

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1 - 31 May 2021