About Grant’s Old Mill
The Grant’s Mill is based on a “Water Mill” near Sturgeon Creek which was drawn on a map made by mid-19th-century surveyor and map-maker, J.H. Hind. The main feature of this Mill, made by Cuthbert Grant in 1829, is the millstones to grind wheat and goes down in history as the first water mill to be built west of the Great Lakes. The current Water Mill, a replica of the original, was officially opened on 1975.
What to Do at Grant’s Old Mill?
Learn about Cuthbert Grant and fur trade of the early 1900’s. Visitors here can see the operation of the grist mill replica and the production of flour using the millstones.
Enjoy a picnic in the grounds.
Join Grant’s Mill on the second Saturday in July for Cuthbert Grant Day and the second Saturday in August to celebrate Pioneer Picnic.
The place can be rented for private functions.
When to visit Grant’s Old Mill?
Hours Open May long weekend to August 31.
Closed on Monday. Tuesday – Sunday | 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Time required to visit:
1- 2 hours, depending on interest
How much will it cost to visit Grant’s Old Mill?
Admission by donation
How to get to Grant’s Old Mill?
2777 Portage Ave (at Booth DR), Winnipeg, MB R3J 3S5
Lat: 49.879846 Lon: -97.2785917
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Phone: Winter 204-253-4904
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