It is housed in a reconstructed mill at the Upper Mills of Chora. It was built in the 16th century and it is a three-storey, cylindrical building with a reed roof. The mill operates regularly, while a small museum has been created inside it. It includes exhibits from other traditional rural facilities (threshing floor, bakery, well, wine press, mangle, dovecote, pig stable etc). The chapels of Agios Antonios and Agios Nikolaos stand next to the mill. An important collection of tools of the pre-industrial period is housed in the miller’s house.
Open daily from July to September.
Tel.: +30 22890 22390