Telephone:  01304 823292 | Email: enquiries@crabblecornmill.org.uk

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Crabble Corn Mill
Lower Road
River
DOVER
Kent CT17 0UY

Telephone: 01304 823292

Email Us

NOW OPEN ALL YEAR
Sunday to Thursday
11:00 am to 3:00 pm

Opening days and times may be modified depending on other events and staff availability

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
(by arrangement only)
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 2:00 pm

Open all year around
for pre-booked groups

Restaurant Hygiene Rating
Last Inspection:
17th August 2021

Crabble Corn Mill is owned and operated by the Crabble Corn Mill Trust, a Single Building Preservation Trust, and is a registered charity (No. 297098), and registered as a Company limited by guarantee registered in England (No. 2141451).

Its aims, as stated in its Memorandum and Articles of Association, are:-

To promote the education of the public through the restoration and preservation of Crabble Corn Mill, Dover, Kent and through the development and use of the mill as a working museum exemplifying the processes and techniques involved in historic milling by water power particularly related to the 19th Century.

We are always on the lookout for volunteers to help us preserve and run this wonderful part of our national and local heritage. If you are interested then pop in and pick up an application form or we can send one to you.

Why not become a Trust Member? Our annual membership fee is quite reasonable at only £5.00, and allows you to take an active part in the management of the Mill.  Please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in the first instance.

The Trust would like to express its thanks to all the individual and corporate supporters of Crabble Corn Mill. Without your continued support this small piece of our architectural and historical heritage would not be the place it is today.

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