No, there is no admission fee.
No. The schedule varies greatly from day to day dependent on staff availability and skills.
The Mabry Mill still functions to this day. Most days, we have staff at the mill to answer questions and explain how the mill works. Note: During periods of drought or freeze there sometimes in not enough flowing water to turn the wheel. The mill wheel also is shut down from time to time for maintenance.
The Mabry Mill Restaurant is first come, first serve. If there is a wait when you arrive, you will receive a pager. You are free to explore the Mill and the surrounding Historic Grounds until we call you for seating.
Leashed pets are welcome on property and around the mill, but are not permitted inside the restaurant and gift shop area.
Mabry Mill Restaurant and Gift Shop is now closed for the 2022 season. We’ll reopen April 28, 2023. The Mill itself can been seen year around, except when the parkway is impassable with ice and snow. The Mill interior is not open, nor is it staffed during the offseason.