The Mill Toy & Pedal Car Museum which opened in 2011, houses a unique privately owned collection of collectables and nostalgic pedal – powered toys.The Mill was built between 1900 and 1910 and operated for many years as a gas powered flour mill, 100 years later the building has been lovingly restored and converted into a toy and pedal car museum which is widely considered the largest and finest collection of pedal cars in Europe. With exhibits dating from Victorian times, visitors of all ages will enjoy a trip down memory lane as a world in miniature awaits discovery. The majority of exhibits on display in the Museum have been lovingly played with by children from around the world.
In the Mill Tea Room we serve a selection of refreshments within a stylish, welcoming and relaxing environment. We also have a lovely garden for your enjoyment if you would prefer to sit outdoors.
The Mill overlooks the Kent & East Sussex Railway Station at Northiam so you can come and visit us here whilst enjoying a great day out on the railway. As a railway visitor, we are delighted to offer valid K&ESR ticket holders a £1 per person discount on their normal entry price making this a great value stop. If you are coming by car The Mill has its own free car park.
The Mill is open from 10.00 to 17.00 between Tuesday and Sunday until 4th November, we are also open on Bank Holiday Mondays and Mondays during the school holidays, please check our website for details.
2012 Admission Prices Adult (over 16 yrs) 5 Senior Citizen 4 Child 3 Children under 3 FREE
The Mill Toy and Pedal Car Museum Station Road, Northiam, East Sussex, TN31 6QT T: 01797 253803 F: W: www.themilltoymuseum.com E: