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Coldharbour Mill Museum, Uffculme

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  • Really cool attraction, with working exhibits and friendly/knowledgable staff. Great if you like the industrial revolution, machinery, history and manufacturing. However there isn't a huge amount to d...  more »
  • We stopped for tea to break our journey, but enjoyed the peace & tranquillity. It would be good for an educational visit to see the working water mill and museum.  more »
  • I first visited in the 1990's when this project was just getting off the ground. This visit was good but much remained the same, from outward appearances, as I remembered it, although I'm sure that mu...  more »
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  • We went on a "steam day", which was wonderful. Seeing the steam pumping out the side of the building upon entering was a wonderful welcome. We took a tour and learned about the steam powered engines, which were awesome to watch in full motion. Seeing all the volunteers wearing traditional dress and stoking the fires and showing us how everything worked was great. There was also circus toys for the kids to play with and old steam engines there for the day. And a basic cafe. We took a tour of the wool mill, which was interesting, but want really the focus of the day. I sensed that I'd have been bored of that was all that was on offer. But as they'd made special effort for back holiday, we had a lovely day out.
  • A working wool mill run by a team of lovely volunteers. We had a guided tour which made it all the more special. Time really did stop in this place.
  • A brilliant place, real living history. A chance to see how how textiles were made in the past (not so long ago). A lovely family day out.
  • Went on a steam day... would highly recommend this
  • Amazing industrial archaeological site with working woollen mill machinery. Look out for their Steam Days especially.