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Sarehole Mill, Birmingham

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  • Childhood playground of JR Tolkein and inspiration for parts of his stories, Sarehole Mill is a true hidden gem. A working watermill, brimming over with history and staffed by amazing, enthusiastic, f...  more »
  • Visited for a dragon egg hunt event. The mill itself is beautiful a hidden spot in the middle of the city. The mill pool is amazing, the wheel still works and you can buy flour ground at the mill. How...  more »
  • My fiance and I visited here, I had followed a local "Tolkein Tour" across Birmingham and this was our last stop, what a perfect way to end!! The staff knew so much about the history of Birmingham and...  more »
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  • what a lovely little gem. The old maps of the area are amazing, as is the pool. Visit the prefabs round the corner after you're done, they're amazing also.
  • Nice place but quite small, not a day out. I went to the Tolkien event which is great fun.
  • 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.
  • If your a Tolkien fan. This is a must visit location. If you. An get here for the Tolkien festival you'll not be disappointed.
  • Very interesting place, picturesque, fascinating insights into Tolkien's childhood and very helpful staff willing to answer every question.