The Wallace-Cross Mill is a rare example of a small operating water-powered grain mill built in 1826. The mill was operated until the early 1980's. Today the Friends of the Wallace-Cross Mill serve as docents leading tours and demonstrations on the history of milling in York County. The museum is full of artifacts for visitors to explore, including watching the water wheel and its gears turn, watching the mill stones spin, and seeing the corn sheller spit out loose kernels.
Friday: 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Saturday: 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
About the Event:
Event Type: Tour, Demonstration, Educational Presentation
Event Length: 30 minutes minimum
Public Restrooms: Yes
Cameras Permitted: Yes
Minimum Age Requirement: No
Retail/Factory Store on-site: No
Admission Charge: No
Conditions/Restrictions: Wheel chairs and walkers can visit the first floor only.