Interpretive Programs and Tours

at Bollinger Mill State Historic Site

grinding stone inside the mill

a man holds a small child so that he can see out the window of the mill

Through exhibits, you can learn about how the process of milling has changed over the years and how those changes affected the mill.

Exhibits and lighting have been installed throughout the mill. The exhibits are designed to withstand the temperature and humidity extremes in the mill and even the flooding that sometimes affects the first floor.

Throughout the year, Bollinger Mill hosts various special events, including concerts, free mill tours and programs for the whole family.


No guided tours offered at this time. First floor and basement only are open for self-guided tours.

Tour Fees:

Fees include tax. Qualified tax-exempt organizations MUST provide a copy of a tax exempt certificate at the time of payment.

Adults (18 and older): $5
Youth (Ages 6-17): $4
Child (Ages 0-5): Free*

Group Rates:

Adults (18 and older): $4
Youth (Ages 6-17): $3
Child (Ages 0-5): Free*

*Children under the age of 6 are admitted free with a paid adult.

two girls playing checkers on top of a barrel

a girl shows off the scarecrow she made at an event mill machinery inside the mill