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Virtual Vermonter - Adams Old Stone Gristmill Museum

 

Adams Old Stone Gristmill was in operation from 1831-1961, and now it serves as a window into a bygone era. The mill still stands, all its equipment still in place, and it has been joined by a museum housing 19th century milling and farming equipment, railroad memorabilia and more. If you'd like a glimpse into Bellows Falls industrial history, be sure to stop by and see the mill and museum.

Take care to plan your visit ahead of time, however. Adams Old Stone Gristmill Museum is open July and August, 1-4, and by appointment. Be sure to give them a call at 802-463-3706 to verify when they are open or to schedule time for a visit.

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