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This is one of the more unique places to see in Wisconsin. The Amish have recently taken ownership and are making upgrades to mill to get it running. They also are rebuilding dam. One of the photograhed places in Wisconsin. Well worth the stop and...More
The mill is kind of out of the way and while it is easy enough to find, it is a little remote.
From Augusta go north on Hwy 27, turn left on County V. The county road goes right by the mill, you can't miss...More
Drove about 150 miles to take some photos of this treasure. It was well worth the trip only museum was not open only open Friday and Saturday (a reason to return). Only problem was came at the wrong time of day early mourning would be...More
My wife and i stopped here after reading about it on the internet. Alledgedly, it is the most photographed site in Wisconsin. After visiting, we can see why. The rustic beauty of the old mill takes you back to a time when life was slower...More
We really enjoyed visiting the museum. The tour was excellent. The description of how it worked, what it did and what it meant to the area was very good. It was a very tranquil and beautiful place to visit. It is unbelievable that they caught...More
My husband and I came here on June 21...we arrived around 5:30pm or so, and due to the lateness, it was closed for tours. The scenic out-of-the-way Wisconsin back roads are heavy with photo opps and the mill is no exclusion. With camera in hand,...More
We went with a group this time and we enjoyed the trip just as much the second time around. Gus didn't disappoint with his stories, knowledge, and personal touches being tied in with the history of the place and loving his job as a tour...More
This is an out of the way attraction, but a real treat for history lovers. I had no idea that mills of the 1800's were so complex. The owner-tour guide has a working knowledge of every aspect of the mill, and although it is not...More