Combe Mill, our last steaming event of 2019 is on Sunday 20th October – our Wood Crafts event
20 October 2019
county/area: Oxfordshire

Combe Mill Steaming Days offer visitors a unique and special day out for all the family. Interactive, fun and educational for the kids and adults alike.


We have a Cornish Boiler, Beam Engine and water wheel to name a few of the attractions plus an extraordinary opportunity to have a go at blacksmithing where you can get hands on.


There is a find Millie the mill cat trail for the little ones.


The volunteers have a wealth of knowledge and experience and are on hand to explain and answer questions.


Also there is a bit of shopping, homemade cakes and tea at the tearoom and a lush meadow on the banks of the River Evenlode to picnic, where you might spot our local otter if you are lucky.


Trip Advisor comments include: “A real Hidden Gem” “Great day out - great value and lovely people” - why not come and find out for yourself


The mill near the village of Combe is a Grade II* Listed Building in the heart of the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside.


Part of the Blenheim Palace Estate the building was once a working sawmill and workshop and is now the home of our industrial museum.


Steaming Days are the third Sunday of the month, March to October, and we are also open as museum at work though not in steam on every Wednesdays and the first Sunday of the month


Combe Mill

Blenheim Palace Sawmills

Combe Long



OX29 8ET


Event Queries Tel: 01993 358 694 e-mail (please use the email link below!)


10am until 5pm

Adults – £8.00 Children (5+) & Concessions – £6.50 Children Under Fives – Free Dogs – Free... and even welcome inside the mill (Family Discounts Available)

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PLEASE CHECK with the organiser/venue BEFORE YOU SET OUT to confirm dates, times, facilities etc and to ensure that dogs are allowed.
Remember: some dog shows do not allow pet dogs to attend.

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