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Lindsborg - McPherson County Old Mill Museum

120 Mill Street

Standing tall on the banks of the Smoky Hill River, the McPherson County Old Mill Museum preserves the early heritage of McPherson County. The museum collects, preserves, researches, exhibits and interprets materials related to this heritage with special emphasis on the period from 1870 to 1910.


Diana Pals

Monday, March 19, 2018
Wow! We have visited many mills. This roller mill was the most complete we've seen. Machinery was well identified with explanations of each's function. Bolters, middlings, fans, augers, dusters! Wish we could return the first weekend in May when the mill is operating! Staff were friendly and helpful. Additional buildings were across from the mill. A bonus was the museum section about the Mennonite and Swedish immigrants settling the Lindsborg, KS, area.

G&M Stoutenburghs

Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018
What a great little place, the mill is very cool and well worth the $2.00 fee. The camp ground of $5.00 a night and an additional $2.00 if you want electric.

Cynda Zurfluh

Saturday, July 29, 2017
The mill is a great only $2 a person, totally take an hour to see where your flour used to come from. Not too far off I135 if you're passing through. Plus Lindsborg is totally worth a full day for shopping and a quick bite.

Steven Hamarson

Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017
It's a good day trip. We enjoyed ourselves.

Mallory Koci

Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017
This place is just so cool! And that's great news from the outside, and the inside has really interesting information and history about the mill. My spouse and I rented a quadricycle and wrote it here while we were in Lindsborg. I highly recommend stopping if you're in town.

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