Whitchurch Silk Mill

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Whitchurch Silk Mill was built on the River Test in Hampshire in 1800, during the reign of King George III. Silk has been woven here since the 1820/1830s. Now a working museum open to the public, the mill produces high quality silks to order for theatrical costume, interior designers and historic houses.

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Industrial museum:6.4/10
Popularity rank: #5900

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Car

midway between Newbury and Winchester, follow the signs from the A34. Free car park next to the mill.

Train

25 mins walk from Whitchurch railway station

Bus

from Winchester, Basingstoke, Andover and surrounding countryside.

Admission

Opening times:
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
-10:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:00

Prices:
AdultChildOAPStudentFamily
£3.50£1.75£3.00£3.00£8.75

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Contact

Address: Whitchurch Silk Mill, 28 Winchester Street, Whitchurch, Hampshire, RG28 7AL, UK
Phone: +44 1256 892065
Email: silkmill@btinternet.com

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