The 200-year-old mill at Sarehole is one of only two surviving watermills in Birmingham. The cobbled courtyard and mill pool are a tranquil haven from 21st century life outside, while the buildings and their impressive machinery give a unique insight into the lives of the millers who once inhabited this rural retreat. The local landscape also provided inspiration for the stories of JRR Tolkien who spent his childhood here.

Opening times Wed - Sun: 11am - 4pm 

Sarehole Mill,

Cole Bank Rd,

Hall Green, Birmingham


Telephone: 0121 777 6612