AAA Editor Notes
Newlin Grist Mill consists of 150 acres on Baltimore Pike/US 1 at Cheyney Rd. The restored gristmill, with a 16-foot water-powered wheel, dates from 1704. The miller's stone house, built in 1739, is furnished in period. A blacksmith shop, bank barn, springhouse and log cabin are in the park, as is the Markham Train Station, which serves as a visitor center. There are more than 8 miles of nature trails along the millrace and the stream. Blacksmith demonstrations are given seasonally.

Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted.

Admission
Grounds free. Tour $5.
Hours
Grounds daily dawn-dusk. Visitor center daily 9-4, Mar.-Nov.; Sat.-Sun. 10-3, rest of year. Guided tours daily at 11 and 2 (also Sat.-Sun. at 10 and 1), Mar.-Nov. Allow 1 hour minimum.
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