The House Mill is a grade 1 listed 18th century tidal mill set in a beautiful riverside location in the heart of London’s East End. Built in 1776, the House Mill is the world’s largest surviving tidal mill and one of the best kept secrets in London. A riverside gem of the early industrial revolution, today the House Mill Trust delivers a range of activities and events in the Grade I listed building including heritage tours, concerts, art exhibitions, and a range of classes.
The nearest station is Bromley-by-Bow, which is served by the Hammersmith & City and District lines and is a 5-minute walk away.
The nearest DLR stations are Abbey Road, Bow Church, Devons Road, Pudding Mill Lane and Stratford High Street, and all are a 10-minute walk away
Bus routes 108. D8 and 488 stop outside Tesco, Three Mill Lane – a 3-minute walk away.
Organisation opening times: Sundays 11am – 4pm
First Thursdays opening times: Thursday 4th July 6pm – 9pm. 5th July – 21st July Thursday – Sunday 11am – 5pm
We regret that this is a grade 1 listed building and the gallery spaces are not wheelchair accessible.