What You'll Get
Residing beside the River Test, Whitchurch Silk Mill is Britain’s oldest working mill of its kind and still uses its original Victorian machinery and waterwheel. Artfully-crafted silk fabrics can be admired by two adults (usually £4.50 per person) or a family of up to five (£10). The silk-weaving process is explained to visitors, who are able to get their hands on products in the on-site shop. Guests will be handed a guide book (£4) to help traverse around the museum.
Choose from the following options for admission plus guide book:
• £5 for two adults (62% off)
• £7 for two adults and up to three children (50% off)
Whitchurch Silk Mill offers educational and fun days out via its 19th century working water mill. Alongside, a shop hawks a pretty tapestry of silk goods and books, while textile events are a regular occurrence. The mill’s River Test setting makes it a scenic spot for enjoying lunch or a drink in the tearoom, where all the family can mull over the day’s learning.
[TripAdvisor (101 Reviews)
Reviewers on TripAdvisor gave Whitchurch Silk Mill an admirable 3.5/5 stars. Reviewers were impressed by both the mill’s setting and the abundance of information provided about its history. The site proves a popular heritage spot with more than 931 likes so far on Facebook.
Details verified 25 Sep 2015.
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The Fine Print
Expires 90 days after purchase.
Purchase: Limit 5 per 2 or family (2 adults and 3 children). May buy 5 additional as gifts.
Booking: No booking required. Present printed Groupon on arrival.
Restrictions: Valid Tue-Sun 10.30am-5pm (last entrance 4pm). Children classified as aged 5-16 years old. Under 5 enter free. Children must be accompanied an adult. Max group size per session is 50 people. Please see further information about special needs accesshttp://whitchurchsilkmill.org.uk/mill/images/stories/downloads/access%20statement%20for%20silk%20mill%20illustrated%20may%202013.pdf
Original values: Verified using our merchant's website on 25 Sep 2015.