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)

From the station entrance turn right and follow the approach road to Folkestone Road.

Bear left onto Folkestone Road and follow this road, passing a Shell garage on your left, towards the roundabout.

Bear left onto Priory Road. You will see St. Edmunds Chapel on your right and the Maison Dieu ahead of you (the big building with the clock) on the High Street.

Continue in this direction along High Street and London Road. At Buckland, with "The Bull" public house on your right, you will see the facade of the disused Buckland Paper Mill in front of you and a road bridge bearing right over the river. Do not cross the bridge, but continue straight ahead to Pavilion Meadows following signs for St. Andrews church. This is a pedestrian footpath but beware of cyclists!

Follow Pavilion Meadows past the church. You will find a tunnel under the railway line which brings you out onto Crabble Avenue. Bear right after the tunnel and follow Crabble Avenue to the T-junction at the end (and "The Cricketers" public house). Cross Crabble Road and turn right then left into Lower Road.

Follow Lower Road (and the river Dour) for about 300 yards to arrive at the Mill.

Distance is a touch under 2 miles (3 Km)

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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