At the Neligh Mill the daily grind resulted in a useful product: flour.
Sift through the story of milling in Nebraska and tour a mill with its original 1880s equipment still intact! The Neligh Mill is a surviving reminder of the grist mills that once dotted Nebraska's landscape. Explore the mill, restored mill office, reconstructed flume and penstock, and the remains of the mill dam. Museum displays explain the history of the Neligh Mill and provide information about other water-powered mills once located throughout Nebraska and the Midwest. Publications available for purchase at the Neligh Mill include the Neligh Mill Cookbook, Water Powered Mills in Nebraska, and a self-guided tour book of the Neligh Mill.
More information on the Neligh Mill State Historic Site
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- Memorial Day - Labor Day:
- 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday
1 p.m to 5 p.m Sundays
Open Memorial Day through Labor Day
Open September - May, 10:00-12:00 and 1:00-5:00, Monday-Friday
Closed all state holidays in the off season
N Street at Wylie Drive
Map to the Historic Site
$3 for adults; children 18 and under and school groups are free.
Admission fees are waived for NSHS members.
Days & events admission is waived
• Old Mill Days, July 4th
• Bread and Jam Festival, 1st Saturday after Labor Day
• Blue Star program for active military families
Tours are available year round.
Group rates available.
Please call ahead to make reservations.
Neligh Mill State Historic Site
PO Box 271
Neligh, NE 68756-0271
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