The Mill at Anselma: A National Historic Landmark Site
Nestled along the Pickering Creek in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, The Mill at Anselma is an extraordinary artifact of 270 years of Chester County’s industrial heritage. Constructed in 1747, the Mill stands as the most intact, authentic example of a custom water-powered grain mill in the United States and has been so honored by the U.S. Department of Interior as a National Historic Landmark. The Mill is open to the public for tours from April through the first part of December each year.
THE FARMERS MARKET 2017
IS STILL BEING PLANNED.
PLEASE RETURN TO
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INFORMATION AT A LATER DATE.
MUSIC AT THE MILL
June 4th, 3pm at The Mill
We are grateful to our 2017 Sponsors!
Gawthrop Greenwood, PC ~ Griffiths Construction, Inc.
Our events run throughout the year so please check as we update our calendar.
- Thursday, June 1st: History of the Iron Industry in Northern Chester County with Neil Hobbins
- Sunday, June 4th: Music at the Mill
- Saturday, June 10th: Colonial Children’s Day
- Thursday, July 6th: Jailing the Johnstown Gang with Bruce Mowday