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)

Dover has two railway stations. The main railway station is Dover Priory and is located not far from the town centre and about 2 miles (3.25 Km) from the Mill. The other is a small unmanned station at Kearsney and is about 1 mile (1.5 Km) from the Mill.

Trains arrive at Dover Priory from Charing Cross, via Waterloo East, Cannon Street, London Bridge and Ashford International and also from London Victoria via the Medway Towns and Canterbury East. This line also serves Kearsney. Timetables for train services can be found on the South Eastern Trains website.

The local bus services 66 and 66A stop in Lewisham Road by River Recreation Ground, the Mill is on the other site of the playing fields and can be accessed through them. Bus Services 63 and 102 call at Dover Priory (on the Folkestone Road) which can take you Pencester Road Terminus and allow you to change to the River and Lewisham Road service 60.

There is a taxi rank at the station entrance but it is not too arduous to walk from here to the Mill in about 30 minutes.

From Kearsney station your options are somewhat limited.  Though a bus service operates from Kearsney it does not call at the railway station, and there is no taxi rank.  By the time you have walked to the bus terminus in Lewisham Road and waited for a bus you may as well walk the rest of the way.

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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