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The Ruming Mill

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Special features
Built in 1872, the Ruming Mill is an old water mill which belongs to the Ruming farm.

(Open June - Sept., every Tuesday & Friday afternoon)

Years ago it was decided to renovate the mill and open it to the public. In days gone by, the farmers of the village used to bring their grain here to be ground by the miller. Nowadays, the process of grinding the grain can be explained and demonstrated in the renovated mill.

Firstly the water wheel was renewed and then later it was decided to add a wood-fired bread oven. After a lot of searching an original oven was found and rebuilt in the adjacent baking house.

On the way to the mill one passes the new Kneipp Water Gardens by the stream.
A short distance further on, is an interesting herbal garden and normally on Friday afternoon Mrs. Wesenauer is present to show you her attractive little garden.


Tip for families:
* Bread-baking on a stickevery - Tuesday afternoon
(book in advance at the Tourist Office EUR 1.50 per child)
* Gnomes Path (near the mill)



On trail Nr. 28, approx. 15 min. direction Ellmautal.

Contact

The Ruming Mill
Mühlenweg
5330 Fuschl am See

Phone: +43 6226 8384-18
E-Mail: fuschl@fuschlseeregion.com
Web: www.fuschlseeregion.com

Contact person
c/o Tourismusverband
Rumingmühle
Mühlenweg
5330 Fuschl am See

E-Mail: fuschl@fuschlseeregion.com
Web: www.fuschlseeregion.com

We speak the following languages

German

The Ruming Mill is open from JUNE to SEPTEMBER.

Tuesdays from 1 p.m.: Bread-baking demonstration

Fridays from 2 p.m.: Milling demonstration and snack day

Sehenswürdigkeiten
Fuschl am See

Built in 1872, the Ruming Mill is an old water mill which belongs to the Ruming farm. (Open June - Sept., every Tuesday & Friday afternoon) Years ago it was decided to renovate the mill and open it to the public. In days gone by, the farmers of the village used to...