The Old Stone Mill in Delta Ontario is a National Historic Site showcasing milling technology and 1800s industrial heritage. The mill was built in 1810 and is one of the finest examples of early industrial architecture in the region.
A self-guided tour of the mill features interpretive displays, an operating waterwheel, millstones, bolter, grain elevators, and artifacts illustrating the grist milling process through the years. Artifacts include buhr millstones, 48-inch Swain turbines, roller mills and much more.
During the summer we grind heritage wheat into flour using our 200 year old millstones. A small gift shop provides interesting mementos of your visit, including fresh bread (available at 10 am every Saturday) and flour.