Discover Stotfold's working watermill

Read about the Mill’s history, explore all three floors or take a virtual tour.


Explore The Mill

Information panels describe the Mill’s thousand years of history and the restoration after the disastrous fire of 1992. Volunteer guides are also on hand to answer visitors’ questions.


The Archive Group

Formed in April 2009, with the aim of gaining museum status for Stotfold Watermill’s collections. The group has focused on milling artefacts, tools and memorabilia from the Randall family.


Fun Stuff For Kids

There’s a wide range of activities of offer for children at Stotfold Watermill. They can dress as a Miller, follow Milly Mouse’s Trail or become a nature detective for the day in the Reserve.


Take A Virtual Tour

Explore all three floors of Stotfold Watermill even when it is closed by taking our online virtual tour. It’s a fascinating insight into the workings of one of Bedfordshire’s hidden gems.


History of Stotfold Mill

A watermill has stood on the site of the current Stotfold Mill in Bedfordshire beside the River Ivel for over 1000 years and it is certainly one of the oldest recorded buildings in the town.


The Collection

The Archive group are in the process of populating software with images and descriptions of the objects in the Stotfold Mill Preservation Trust. Please click here to view the collection.  


Open Dates & Times

Stotfold Watermill is a great day out for all the family and is open to the public on various dates throughout the year. The Nature Reserve which adjoins the Mill is open all year round.


Shop At The Mill

The Kingfisher Gift Shop stocks a selection of gift items suitable for all ages. It specialises in our own high quality stone-ground flour, which is recommended for making bread.


Join As A Volunteer

Our volunteer teams are the vital cogs that keep the Mill and Nature Reserve running. Can you spare some time to join the teams which enable us to open the Mill to visitors?