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Mühlerama, Zurich
(4.5/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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  • Informative, interesting guided tour of the production 'from grain to the flour'. Beautifully renovated in the old brick complex. Note special programs for baking. Fine flour (also stone mill flour) is there at the store. Nostalgia pur, especially for the 'older generation'. Also children will be amazed!
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  • Used commercially until 1983, the mill was converted to a museum and learning experience for all ages. Hands-on grinding from the grain to flour provides a great learning experience. And when the mill...  more »
  • The tour is free but you have to be on time when it's taken. The guide is great and explains everything. The building is very interesting as well as the machines inside. 
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  • I held my daughter's 9th birthday party there. They learned about the different types of flour, each was able to make their own bread and while the dough was rising, they got a tour of the mill, and got to use the slide that was used to send down the flour sacks. So they also had time to run up and slide down. Then they formed the bread and placed in oven. We then did presents and cake. Each person went home with their bread. Highly recommend. Also activities for adults.
  • Authentic atmosphere, interesting presentation
  • They have a slide running from the roof all the way down. Great fun 😃
  • Nice Museum for families
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  • Much less than we expected from the reviews: positive guided really poor and incomprehensible, in true Swiss German (despite the presence of visitors only high German speakers), with incorrect information (p.es. "here is a Roman mill" while behind it said Nepali!).
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