|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|2 Adults up to 3 Children||£15.00 per ticket|
|Adult||£5.00 per ticket|
|Children 5 - 16 yrs||£3.00 per ticket|
|Children under 5 yrs||Free|
|Concessions Seniors/Disabled/Cyclist||£4.00 per ticket|
Dogs on leads welcome
Calbourne Water Mill will be partially opening on the 18th July from 11am until 5pm, 7 days a week. See new admission prices above.
The cafe will be serving hot and cold drinks, packaged snacks, and ice creams. The shop will be selling porridge, muesli and the mill's famous flour. The golf course is open but the boats are not in operation.
Calbourne Water Mill is a beautiful place to visit, set in 35 acres of stunning rural landscape with doves, ducks and waterfowl and the friendly peacocks wandering freely.
The mill itself has existed for around 1,000 years and was first mentioned in the doomsday book A.D 1086 making it an original Isle of Wight destination. The mill is still working and has supplied flour and animal feeds to the people of the Isle of Wight over many years. Flour, muesli, and oats are still produced there and you can purchase these at the mill alongside jams and chutneys made at the mill.
Driven solely by the water wheel the stone mill (the oldest part of the mill) produces flour using grit stones and burr stones.The mill produces up to 60 tons of flour and oats each year. You can see a milling demonstration most days (except Saturdays) during the season.
You will also find museums on site, including Grandmas kitchen containing kitchen equipment through the ages. Granfers shed with tools from the past. The old bakery. The vintage television and camara room. The war museum full of memorabilia and finally the fire station containing a fire engine.
On a beautiful summers day you can sit and relax with a lovely cream tea purchased from the cafe or maybe an ice cream for the young ones. The cafe is a converted 17th century cattle barn and you can still see the marks where the cows rubbed against the pillars!
Wander up towards the barns and view the large portable steam engine and other old farming equipment. Visit the small windmill on the hill, and enjoy a walk by the river.
- Indoor Attraction
Map & Directions
From East Cowes ferry, second exit at roundabout onto Well Road, A3021, A3054 to Newport, town centre, Pyle Street, B3323 to Carisbrooke, B3401to Calbourne.
From Fishbourne ferry, B3339 (Fishbourne lane), A3054 to Newport, town centre, Pyle Street, B3323 to Carisbrooke, B3401 to Calbourne.
From Yarmouth ferry, A3054 to Totland, A3055 to Freshwater, B3399 to Shalcombe, travel straight onto B3401 to Calbourne.
Public Transport Directions
For bus information please contact Southern Vectis at www.islandbuses.info/ or +44 0871 200 2233 (bus times) / +44 01983 827000 (head office).
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|Open (18 July 2020 - 3 Nov 2020)|