By train: Our nearest station is Axminster, which is 15 minutes by bus or taxi.
By Bus: First Bus, route 31, runs between Axminster and Dorchester. The X53 Jurassic Coast bus runs between Axminster and Weymouth. 9A runs between Exeter and Lyme Regis. X52 runs between Exeter and Bridport.
By road: The Town Mill is in the centre of Lyme Regis DT7 3PU
There is no public parking at the mill, so the site is best approached on foot. However, the mill is only a few minutes’ walk from several car parks – see the map above. From the large car park in Hill Road, walk down the hill to the bridge over the River Lym and turn right onto the path between the river and the millstream. This Riverside Walk leads you straight to us. To get to The Town Mill from the top of Broad Street, stroll down Sherborne Lane. At the bottom, turn right over the river, then right again onto the Riverside Walk. From the bottom of Broad Street, go left, up through the car park. This leads directly to The Town Mill via steps and a footbridge.
To avoid the footbridge and steps: follow Broad Street round to the traffic lights. Turn left into Coombe Street and continue for about 250 yards. Then take the first left and you’ll see The Town Mill straight ahead.
We will be reopening our two viewing areas.From February half term.
Dependant on lockdown restrictions
1 enter the millers garden and climb the fire escape for a view of the water wheel.A miller will be on this floor to talk about the wheel and answer any questions.
although we are not allowing visitors inside the mill at the moment you will have a clear view of the wheel as you step inside a closed off area. please wear a mask and use the sanitiser
2 view from one of two stable doors. A miller will be on this floor inside the building to answer any questions
The spaces we have opened to the public will only allow one family, one bubble or a single person to view at a time. Please be patient, its worth the wait.
Please consider a donation with your visit to continue to support the volunteer’s and the Town Mill.
The Mill Viewing areas will be open
From February 14th
Award Winning Spelt and Whole Gran Wheat which are stone ground. at the mill by Volunteers will. be on Sale at the Mill shop
From February 2021
We are monitoring and following the ever changing regulations.We hope to be offering tours of the mill early 2021
Please help us to maintain the working water wheel by purchasing our flour, souvenir size of 500g available if you are not a keen baker.
Town Mill Galleries.
We have a full programme of events that will reopen as soon as lockdown restrictions are lifted. We are monitoring the situation daily and updating our website.
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Michael Stride 1st – 16th March
Diversity 17th March – 30th March
Peter Coats 31st March – 14th April
Julie Oldfield 15th April – 4th May
Tim Booth 5th May – 18th May
Richard Corbett 19th May – 25th May
Lyme Regis Art society. 26th May – 8th June
Lisa Parkyn 9th June -22nd June
Nigel Dawes 23rd June -29th June
Vanessa Smith & Frances Dale. 30th June-6th July
Hilary Buckley 7th July – 27th July
Alison Webber 28th July- 4th August
Walk the Line 5th August – 10th August
Richard Kaye 11th August-24th August
Chelsea Davine 25th August – 7th September
2 Valley Art Circle 8th September – 21st September
Michael Stride 22nd September – 5th October
Julie Oldfield 6th October – 19th October
George Paul Sainsbury 20th October – 2nd November
Vintage Design 3rd -9th November
John Dimech 10th – 23rd November
Robin Shelton 24th November – 5th December
Christmas at the Mill 8th December – 2nd January
Woodroffe School exhibition 11th -25th March
Retail in the Courtyard 26th March – 14th April
Molesworth & Bird 15th April – 22nd April
Print makers open 23rd April – 5th May
Mills exhibition 6th May – 12th May
Pop Up Upholstery 13th May -20th May
21st May – 27th May Available
Andrew Haydon & Jonne Ceserani. 28th May – 3rd June
Bee’s 4th June – 8th June
John Dimech 10th June – 16th June
Lin Cudlipp 17th June – 23rd June
RNLI Community project 24th- 30th June
Rebecca Meltzer 1st – 7th July
Open Exhibition 8th-28th -4th August
Chris Goodman 5th August – 11th August
Russel Coulson 12th August – 25th August
26th August – 1st September Available
Rachel Hudson & Kathie Scott 2nd September – 15th September
Howard Flanagan 16th September -29th September
Ceramics Open 30th September-13th October
Apple Week 14th October -22nd October.
Peter Coats 23rd October – 30th October
November Remembrance 31st October – 25th November
Pop up Vintage 26th November – 3rd January
Please support a local artist
Our Artisans are open and following government regulations
For opening hours see the Artisans and Food & Drink pages.
Group visits: Private groups with pre booking will be offered when the government permits please contact firstname.lastname@example.org