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Visiting Fancroft Mill

Visitors are welcomed to Fancroft Mill at flexibly arranged times by appointment and on designated days as required under Section 482 Taxes consolidation Act 1997.

Entry fee: Contact to ask about  individual, group and concession rates. Children under 5, no charge.

Mobility issues will be discussed in advance to devise a plan suited to individual needs.







What to expect

On arrival, visitors to Fancroft Mill are given a brief, well illustrated presentation on the history of the site and the Mill Conservation Project. This is followed by a guided tour of the Mill complex with ample opportunity for discussion, further questions and photography. Mobility issues are addressed in advance so as to devise a plan suited to individual needs in light of the many levels and stairways involved in a full exploration of the complex. Many ground floor areas are wheelchair accessible.

Cherry blossom petal strewn table and chairs.

Parking: There is ample parking for cars and coaches.

Toilets: Adjacent to the Mill Tea Room, the toilets are wheelchair accessible.

Refreshments: With discussion prior to arrival, refreshments are served featuring  home baking and local produce.

Children: In consideration of the natural hazards in the Mill, one to one supervision of  children by vigilant, accompanying adults is required at Fancroft.

Dogs: Dogs are not allowed in the Mill complex.



wooden mill workings butterfly on yellow flower hedgehog. magnetic compass among purple crocus flowers. rusty metal cylinder in crevice of stone wall


Note: Main banner image of Mill gallery accredited to Brian Redmond AIPPA, Roscrea.