About The Water Mill Museum
The Water Mill Museum was open in 1969 to showcase the antique things of the ancient times in an incredible way which make it a real enjoyment for all age groups.
We want you to be part of our museum, come experience its beauty and rich history. We offer several ways to let you engage with us to learn about and help maintain our local history. Whether you are a student aspiring a career in history, a philanthropist who loves to preserve historical sites or somebody who enjoys the arts. Come join us and become a member today!
The mission of the Water Mill Museum is to preserve it's historic water-powered grist mill, the other buildings at it's site, it's museum collection and inform the public about the history of the mill, the hamlet of Water Mill and the hamlet's cultural and natural heritage. The museum's collection will contain items: that best depict the many past uses of the water mill building; the agricultural base of the hamlet's first 300 years, and the commercial, cultural and social development of the hamlet of Water Mill from 1644 to the present.
To that end, the museum shall: keep in good repair all its buildings; collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret items and information related to the history of the mill and the hamlet; and provide educational programs and exhibits that relate to Water Mill's people and its history.