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Sarehole Mill, Birmingham

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  • great place, near to moseley, perfect to relax a little bit. amazing :) the only bad thing was rainning :( 
  • Did a round tour of Swanshurst park Mosley bog and finally the Mill .Interesting to see how the old mill used to operate.Very friendly girl in the cafe and an excellent cup of tea.Toilets are also ava...  read more »
  • Who is a Tolkien fan, and here was not, has done what wrong. It's that simple. Aside from that it is a really nice recreation area.
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  • The girlfriend took me here as a surprise as I'm a big Lord of the Rings fan and I loved it! It doesn't take long for a full tour of the museum, maybe an hour and a half, but that's about the perfect length for a museum in my opinion! That's not including the park next door which is full of history relating to Tolkein. You won't be disappointed.
  • Staff are helpful. Small Tolkien exhibition about his early inspiration for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Interesting to see a working mill too.
  • Nice place. Good for visit with children.
  • Set in one of nicer areas in Birmingham, Sarehole Mill is a nice place to visit if you are fan of the Lord of the Rings, JRR Tolkien or just in need of somewhere to relax and contemplate. It boasts a really nice cafe set on the grounds of the mill and lots of outdoor space. Moseley bog is across the road from the mill and is a wonderous place in particular for children to explore and imagine...
  • Sarehole poem. Derek 20/10/2010 If you go to Sarehole Mill you will be in for quite a thrill Even if you’re in a chair you can see the wildlife there and if you’re into things bespoke take a look at all the oak cut and carved with years of practice to give to you disabled access Go inside or around the lake or just have tea and a piece of cake Whether water-wheels or Lord of the rings the path gives access to many things 5 months or so it took to make to give you access to the lake Access to the second floor is up the path and through the door All that said I can only say that the handrails and bridge are here to stay Designed by me and helped by few the disabled access is just for you. For Tolkien there's the Hobbit, it's said, just go upstairs, mind your head there's lots of things for all to see, handrails and bridge where done by me Now 2 years on it's better still The staff, the grounds, the lake, the mill Tolkien even Bilbo Baggins would be proud to visit I know that don't rhyme but it doesn't matter Appreciate the work and with time to chill just pay a visit to Sarehole mill. Derek (the carpenter from CJ Bishop)
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