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Newlin Grist Mill

219 Cheyney Rd, Glen Mills, PA 19342-1333
+1 610-459-2359
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Pleasant Place to Walk

We happened upon Newlin Grist Mill after consulting Trip Advisor. We had spent the morning at the... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2017
GreenUnicorn
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Southern NJ
History in action

What an interesting place we've discovered today! One of the most precious jewels of history of... read more

Reviewed 13 August 2017
pyatachok
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Reisterstown, Maryland
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219 Cheyney Rd, Glen Mills, PA 19342-1333
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+1 610-459-2359
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Reviewed 23 August 2017

We happened upon Newlin Grist Mill after consulting Trip Advisor. We had spent the morning at the Brandywine River Museum of Art and gone to lunch. We were looking for another stop before heading back to NJ. As we arrived after well 2 pm, the...More

Thank GreenUnicorn
Reviewed 13 August 2017

What an interesting place we've discovered today! One of the most precious jewels of history of the area. The tour was AMAZING, with so many details of how the mill of 1700's worked, demonstrations of the paper production of before cellulose era began, black smith...More

Thank pyatachok
Reviewed 23 July 2017

The third of the Newlin Series was a first person narrative portrayal of the local natural, John Bartram who has deep roots to the Philadelphia area. This was an excellent portrait of the Quaker who collected and catalogued hundred of unknown plants. He counted among...More

Thank ricky2246
Reviewed 23 July 2017

The volunteers who staff the visitor center couldn't be nicer. Just today blacksmith Mr. WIlliams made a J hook from scratch for my son. Unfortunately, there are a few visitors who do not respect this beautiful place and insist on leaving their trash, cigarette butts,...More

Thank itinerary_queen_pa
Reviewed 28 May 2017

We stopped here on a whim while driving by and boy were we glad we did! This is an amazing place that has history and nature and great staff! We got there too late in the day to get a tour of the inside of...More

Thank Lara T
Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

Stopped there to walk and found it very nice....not crowded and a few different trails to walk. Pay to fishnals available but we didn't do that.

Thank Patricia J
Reviewed 11 March 2017

We happened to be in the area and looked for some new places to visit.Found out about this place and liked it.The trails are nice and fit for different levels.

Thank aviron l
Reviewed 1 March 2017 via mobile

Great free tour of the mill and history of industry of the area. Bring children and friends. You can bring a picnic lunch and dine by the creek. Many crafts are demonstrated check the web for dates.

1  Thank joyces594
Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

What a fantastic family friendly historic mill to take the family to. Our girls, who are nine, loved the lesson on archaeology. In addition the volunteers/ employees clearly love what they do and have a passion educating others. He buildings and grounds are beautiful and...More

Thank Gina M
Reviewed 8 November 2016

my brother in law married his lovely wife fran here and it was beautiful and the meal after was excellent

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praxedes2
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Response from MARTINRAYC | Reviewed this property |
It is more geared towards hiking, running. It would be small for bicycle tours..
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