MILL TOUR PACKAGES
The Mill is open until October 30th 2022.
Here at Jordans Mill we gladly welcome groups on guided tours of our historic flour mill. During April to October we can accommodate groups of up to 15 or smaller groups.
In the winter season from November to February groups of 12 or more can tour the mill by prior arrangement. We offer a range of tailor made packages including various tour and refreshment combinations. Parking for coaches is available.
We’re proud to be accredited as a Quality Assured Visitor Attraction from Visit England and are suitable for wheelchair users. We have four parking spaces for Blue Badge holders with dropped curb access, and our building is entered by automatic double doors with no steps.
The Mill is laid out over three floors and has a lift with space for one wheelchair at a time. For visitors taking the self-guided tour, access via the lift is only permitted if wheelchair users are accompanied and there is a tour guide or steward in the building.
The Riverside Café is fully wheelchair-accessible, as are the Mill Gardens, although the footpaths are of an uneven surface in places.
A hearing loop is available onsite, and assistance dogs are welcomed. All our staff have received Disability Awareness Training and can assist where required.
GUIDED MILL TOURS
Guided Mill Tours will be available until 30th October 2022.
on Thursdays and Fridays - 11am and 2pm
Self Guided Tours are also available Thursdays & Fridays between 12noon and 2pm
GUIDED MILL TOURS
Self Guide Tour: £5.50
Children under 16 are free
All visitors enjoy free access to our Mill Gardens, Mill Shop, Mill Meadow and Mill Woodland.
Tours will be available on Thursdays and Fridays until 30th October.
Gift vouchers can be purchased in the Mill Store and are available in denominations of £5, £10 and £20.
WHO GETS THE MONEY?
Jordans Mill is owned and administered by The Jordan Trust Ltd, a non-profit making charity committed to promoting the education of the public by preserving for the benefit of the people of Biggleswade, Bedfordshire and the nation, the historical, architectural and construction heritage that may exist in the building know as Holme Mills, Biggleswade, and its environs, it being of particular historical and constructional interest.
All income is put into the preservation and running of Jordans Mill as a visitor attraction and caring for it for future generations to enjoy.