Crabble Corn Mill
Lower Road
Kent CT17 0UY

Telephone: 01304 823292

(Telephone: 01304 823710
when the Mill is closed)

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Easter to September
Sunday Only
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
(Unless an event states otherwise)

October to Easter

Except for pre-arranged bookings
and listed events

Maintenance staff will be at the
Mill Sunday to Thursday 9 a.m.
to 2 pm should you require
assistance or event tickets

Self-guided Tours
Adults - £4.50
Over 60 Concession/
Students/Children - £3.00
(under 5's - FREE)
Family (2 adult, 2 Children) - £11.00

Guided Tours
Adults - £5.00
Over 60 Concession/
Students/Children - £3.50
(Under 5's - FREE)
Family (2 adult, 2 children) - £13.00

Group Rates (15+)
Adults - £4.50
Over 60 Concession/
Students/Children - £3.00

Last tours will commence
at 3:30 pm

Open all year around
for pre-booked parties

Restaurant Hygiene Rating
(Last Inspection: 4 Jun 19)

These directions are specifically for drivers of coaches arriving from London or Medway via the M2/A2 or from Thanet via the A256.

On several routes on this site drivers are instructed to turn right at the traffic lights at Crabble. This turning is too tight for coaches and the following directions should be followed instead:-

Continue through Crabble lights and down the hill. Continue straight ahead at the next set of lights at Buckland. You are now entering the one-way system.

As you approach the next set of light note that there are three lanes with the left-most lanes going straight ahead. You will need to turn right into Cherry Tree Avenue at these light but it may be worth straddling the right-most two lanes to negotiate the island.

Continue down Cherry Tree Avenue to the traffic lights and turn right. You now rejoin the one-way system. Immediately in front of you is another set of traffic lights where two lanes go straight ahead and the left-most lane is a filter lane for Coombe Valley Road.  Keep to the centre lane (which becomes the left-hand lane after the lights. Continue on London Road to Buckland.

A major landmark can be found at Buckland Bridge where the road bears right then left with pedestrian crossings and the facade of the old Buckland Paper Mill in front of you and The Bull public house on your right.  Keep to the left hand side of the road. You are now leaving the one-way system.

Proceed up the hill towards River. You will pass under a railway bridge with a set of traffic lights ahead of you. At the lights keep to the left and bear left.

Proceed down the hill, under the railway bridge. Take the 2nd turning on the right into Lower Road - there is a sign pointing to the Mill at this junction.

About 300 metres along this road you will find the Mill on the right where your passengers can alight.

Parking for coaches here is not advisable as the road is quite narrow and it is recommended to park on Lewisham Road - which is the road on the opposite side of River Recreation Ground.

Continue along Lower Road and bear left at the next junction. At the crossroads turn left onto Lewisham Road and continue on to the recreation ground (on your left). There is a local bus stop here too but there is usually adequate space before it for parking.

Passengers can board here, they should be able to see your coach from the Mill anyway, or you can continue around the block, taking the 2nd turning on your left back into Lower Road to allow them to board outside the Mill.

Coach drivers who are able to secure their vehicles may wish to come to the Mill where the staff will be pleased to provide them refreshments while they wait for their passengers.

Wheels of Time

Crabble Corn Mill is participating in this initiative to promote the museums of Kent to a younger audiance.
Wheels of Time is a partnership of museums and heritage sites in Kent developed to promote education in history and heritage among young children.
This purpose is achieved by running a scheme to encourage children, between the ages of 5 and 11, to visit museums and heritage sites in Kent.
Normal admission charges to the mill will apply,

Visit the Wheels of Time website to learn more about the scheme.

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