Old Wye Mill
Out of hundreds of mills on the East Coast in colonial times, only a few survive, and fewer still operate. As the oldest working mill in Maryland (1682), the flour-producing “grist” mill after which the town of Wye Mills was named, participated in three centuries of war, nation-building, industrial invention and agricultural heritage. During the American Revolution, the Wye Grist Mill and hundreds of others like it on the Eastern Shore shipped barrels of flour via the Chesapeake Bay to the Continental Army, commanded by General George Washington.
Open May 1st-Mid November, Monday – Saturday 10am-4pm and Sundays 1pm-4pm