Set on 22 acres in beautiful Chester Springs, PA, the Mill at Anselma is an independent non profit historic site. It contains an intact water-powered grain mill and its surrounding historic buildings. The organization's mission is split equally between preservation of the site and education about the history of agriculture in Chester County.
The Mill runs for the public the second Saturday of each month April through December. It also acts as a premier event space in the Greater Philadelphia area.
A National Historic Landmark since 2005; an operational Mill before the United States of America
Nestled along the Pickering Creek in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, the Mill at Anselma is an extraordinary artifact of over 250 years of Chester County’s industrial history. The 22 acre property and surviving historical buildings demonstrate a heritage engineered to last.
The Mill retains its original Colonial-Era power train, as well as multiple layers of industrial equipment ranging from the late 1700s to the mid 1900s.