Greenbank Mills & Philips Farm is a living history museum with tours and programs focusing on a variety of aspects of the Early Republic (1790-1830). Our site consists of a gristmill, textile factory, the 1794 Philips House,19th century barn, and surrounding gardens. We raise two breeds of heritage sheep: leicester and delaine merinos. We have gardens spread across the property including a dye garden, medicinal garden, and a kitchen garden with heirloom plants. We also have an outdoor beehive oven for historic baking demonstrations. Open Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April through October except holiday weekends.
Greenbank mill is a living history museum and farm that demonstrates life along the Red Clay Creek during the Early Republic (1790-1830). Open Saturdays 10am to 4 pm April through October except holiday weekends. Come visit our heritage rare breed sheep, learn how a water powered grist mill operates, and see how textiles are created from fleece to fabric.
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