An 18th Century Corn Mill next to the River Stour and owned by the National Trust
White Mill is a National Trust property and an 18th Century corn mill in a rural and peaceful setting next to the River Stour. The mill retains its original elm and applewood machinery and was repaired extensively in 1994. You can discover the remains of wooden gearing, shafts and frames and the stories of the millers and their families.
It’s a lovely spot next to the river to enjoy a stroll over White Mill Bridge, see the swans, otters, kingfishers and other wildlife and enjoy the tranquility of the River Stour. The Mill is open on weekends and bank holidays from April to October. There is a 4 mile circular walk along the river and around the surrounding countryside and a children’s trail around the mill. White Mill is a short drive from Badbury Rings, Kingston Lacy Estate and Pamphill Bluebell Wood.