One of two surviving water mills in the Birmingham area, Sarehole Mill provided the inspiration for the writer JRR Tolkien, who lived nearby and visited as a boy.
Permanent exhibition 'Signposts to Middle-earth' looks into JRR Tolkien's early life in the hamlet of Sarehole.
Cole Bank Road,
Tel 0121 348 8160
Contact Person(s): Ben Nicholls
Child (3-15) £5
Child (0-2) FREE
Annual Membership is available, which allows unlimited access to Birmingham Museums’ museums and heritage sites.
FREE entry to grounds, and tearoom
The Shop (11am - 4pm) and Pizza in the Courtyard (12noon - 3pm) are open Wednesday to Sunday. The Mill is open for guided tours on Friday and Saturday (11.30am and 1.30pm) and Sunday (1.30pm).
On the first Saturday of the month the Mill is open 11am - 4pm for you to explore the mill at your leisure without a guided tour. Pre-booking advised.
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