Important Notice: The waterwheel is currently being conserved to allow for vital repairs. The Mill remains open as usual – please see our ‘News’ section for updates.
Whitchurch Silk Mill is open throughout the year, so whether you’re coming from near or far, looking for a summer weekend jaunt with friends, or seeking to visit a Hampshire attraction in winter, there’s always lots to see and do.
We welcome walk-in visitors, families, groups and schools.
Download our 2022 Visitor Leaflet here.
- The Mill (Tue-Sun & Bank Holidays) 10:30am - 5pm
- Riverside Café (Tue-Sun) 10:30am - 4:30pm
Please check for information on closures and notices. Last entry is 4pm. Last orders in the café 4.30pm.
(Café also open bank holidays)
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Whitchurch Silk Mill
28 Winchester Street
- MONDAY CLOSED -
- TUESDAY - Open 10.30am to 5.00pm -
- WEDNESDAY - Open 10.30am to 5.00pm -
- THURSDAY - Open 10.30am to 5.00pm -
- FRIDAY - Open 10.30am to 5.00pm -
- SATURDAY - Open 10.30am to 5.00pm -
- SUNDAY - Open 10.30am to 5.00pm -
Are dogs allowed in the mill?
We welcome assistance dogs within our buildings, and our grounds are open to furry friends with responsible owners.
Do you do group visits?
Yes, visit our Group Visits page for more details
Do you have a car park?
The Mill has a small car park with two spaces for Blue Badge holders. Please visit our Getting Here page for details of general free parking within Whitchurch.
How do I volunteer at Whitchurch Silk Mill?
Our volunteer team is growing! If you would like to know more about the opportunities available please visit our Volunteer page.
How long will a visit take?
We recommend allowing two and a half hours for the guided tour, refreshments and shopping.
Is the mill accessible to visitors using a wheelchair?
The Mill is accessible to visitors using a wheelchair. Please see our Facilities page for more details.