The House Mill is a grade 1 listed 18th century tidal mill set in a beautiful riverside location in the heart of London’s East End

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Our 2019 Season is now underway The Mill  is open every Sunday 11am to 4pm. Last tour at 3.15pm. During normal openings our full café service will operate. 
For further full details of special events see our Events Calendar

The House Mill is hosting a site-specific exhibition exploring how water connects us to each other and our environments July 5 to 21


The Artists are Karen Le Roy Harris and Miriam Sedacca, and this is new individual and collaborative works using sculpture, installation film and performance; made in response to the unique and atmospheric space of House Mill


We very much hope that you will be able to visit; either the Exhibition or one of the screenings/performances.

Until You Become Me Press Release

Originally built in 1776, on a man-made island on an existing pre-Domesday site, it is the largest surviving tidal mill in the world.

We are fighting to restore House Mill to its former glory. We will reinstate the heritage machinery to working order, develop the education, arts and culture offer and generate hydroelectricity at the site.

We have detailed plans for each part of the restoration project and are seeking Heritage Lottery Fund and private sector support. With your help we can reach our goal and save the world’s largest tidal mill!