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Sarehole Mill, Birmingham

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  • Visited here as had a few hours spare, the lady that told us about the mill was great, she told us alot of information about the mill and the people that lived there. She also suggested a few places i...  more »
  • Spent a gorgeous lunchtime at Sarehole Mill as it teamed up with Taste & Liquor for a mini food festival - delicious pasta, jerk chicken, samosas and cocktails in the sun by the beautiful mill. The mi...  more »
  • On a lovely May afternoon, a visit to this Mill took us back in time to when it stood in countryside and was milling flour regularly. Our guide and museum manager, Wayne, gave us a very interesting to...  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.