Houghton Mill is situated in Houghton, near Huntingdon, and is owned by the National Trust.
Houghton Mill is located in a beautiful riverside setting, and is a working 18th-century watermill.
It is recommended for all ages, with a number of hands-on activities for children.
This five-storey building is the oldest working watermill on the Great Ouse. There has been a watermill at Houghton since before the Norman Conquest.
The existing watermill dates from the 18th century, and replaced one that was destroyed by fire.
After the war, Houghton Mill was actually in use as a youth hostel!
For further information, including opening times, please visit the National Trust website using the link below:
The photos on this website of National Trust properties were taken by Mark Heath and permission has been granted for their display by the National Trust.