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I would have never thought that such a small New Mexico town as Cleveland would have such an interesting Museum. In the latter part of the 19th century, the Mora Valley was a big wheat growing region. This Roller Mill was built to process the...More
Went for the Labor Day Cleveland Roller Mill Millfest and it was such a great festival! I had randomly seen it on tripadvisor while going to Taos the back way and have to say for a Labor Day family idea this was ideal! The local...More
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suewatkins, Owner at Cleveland Roller Mill Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 9 September 2016
This part of northern New Mexico once grew huge amounts of wheat to feed Fort Union and supply the Santa Fe Trail. Mills sprung up throughout the mountains to make flour. This large roller mill with a water wheel on the Mora River has been...More
I have been to this mill on a couple of occasions. I am not sure if it is open full time but I know that once a year in the fall the mill is open and is running. They sell flour in their little store,...More
This site is open only on weekends and limited times. But, if you can make the Roller Mill Fest, then you will find a farmers'-artists'-locals' market of at least three ethnic groups and and dancers.
The mill is fascinating to see when it is open...More
I just returned from the Labor Day Millfest in Cleveland, NM and what a great event and weekend. I have been several times to this event and it is a great day for families and the like. They have local vendors, food, musicians and museum...More
Our hiking club is from Trinidad, CO and we decided to go visit the Cleveland Roller Mill last fall. It was fabulous. If you have never been, it's worth seening. Our hostess was excellent. She know everything about the mill and gave a fabulous tour....More