This local history museum for the Welwyn Hatfield District is housed in what was for centuries the home of the millers who worked in the adjoining watermill. The watermill is fully restored and operational. It probably stands on the site of one of four Hatfield mills listed in the Domesday Book. Mill Green Museum is managed by Welwyn Hatfield Council Leisure Services. The cluster of historic buildings here and the surrounding grounds are a beautiful oasis in our busy world. Explore our three higgledy piggledy exhibition rooms packed with their colourful displays of local art and exhibitions about our fascinating history. The Welwyn Hatfield Museum Service is based here and holds the social history collection for the district. Look out for details on the many art and crafts workshops and fun activities for children and adults we run throughout the year.
VISITING, DIRECTIONS, PRODUCE, and CATERING
Just off the A414 between Hatfield and Hertford, near Welwyn Garden City in the hamlet of Mill Green. From the A1(M), leave at junction 3 or 4, and follow the brown signs from the A1000 or the A414. We have a car park with disabled spaces. Additional car parking is available on the generally quiet and un-restricted lane outside.
1 mile from Hatfield station. Complete your journey by foot, taxi, or bus. Taxi rank and a bus stop just outside the station.
Ask the driver for a ticket to Bush Hall Hotel, which is at a junction known as Chequers, located at the end of Bush Hall Lane. Then walk 5 minutes down Bush Hall Lane. Brown signs point to the museum and mill.
By bicycle or on foot
Many small roads and paths nearby are pleasant for walkers and cyclists. Why not combine your visit with a walk or ride? We are pleased to offer dog water and have secure bike racks, as well as a delightful garden for picnics.
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Monday: Closed Tuesday: 10am – 5pm Wednesday: 10am – 5pm Thursday: 10am – 5pm Friday: Closed Saturday: Closed Sundays: 2pm – 5pm*
*Sunday opening hours apply on Bank Holidays.
Access: Wheelchair access: ground floor only, no toilets
Adults £3.50 Children 50p (free if accompanying a child to a paid activity*)
Certifications: organic . Shop : Stoneground flour available Museum shop
Catering : Tea room on summer Sunday afternoons, run by Friends of the Museums, offering scones made with Mill Green Flour. At other times, cakes etc available to order through arrangement with local bakeries. Light meals for visiting parties can be arranged if booked in advance