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Exceeded expectations. Very well preserved and run brick hosiery mill built in 1823. Highlights include the power room with all the original wheels, belts, and gearing. Excellent written explanations make a self tour easy. If you are lucky, perhaps a volunteer could help guide you...More
Visited the Belknap Mill and was greeted by a very knowledgeable lady at the front desk. She gave my family and I a tour of the first floor of the mill. One room had artwork, the other vintage machinery, and the best part..... the back...More
Where else can you find original knitting machines that still actually work? There are many exhibits and some wonderful gifts to purchase that you do not find everywhere. The mill also hosts many community events and has music in the park every week during the...More
Across the river from the mill is Mill Plaza. It's a pretty little park at the corner of Union & Main that overlooks the river and the mill. Very pleasant place for a short walk or a picnic on a nice day. Clean and convenient....More
Free concert was held on the 3rd floor of this historic Mill because the rain kept the Carter Mountain Band from performing in the Gazebo on the lawn of the Mill. The Mill is a treasure...art work to see...gift shop to browse...antique sewing machines to...More
I wouldn't recommend going here on purpose, but if you're in the area it is somewhat interesting. Local schools host art shows here, that is fun to look at. The staff is helpful and pleasant. The pavilion outside is nice.
During the spring the mill offers a day trip program for 4th graders. Schools from as far as Vermont and Massachusetts come to participate. If your school doesn't offer this I'd highly recommend it. It covers everything from the geography of NH and pollution to...More