On April 30th come and experience the ghosts of Grist-mills past...  as Newlin unveils a stunning exhibit & tour experience that gives visitors a rare peek into the daily operation of a Colonial Era Mill and the actual life of a Miller.

This is a cool new way to jump into the past and really feel what life was like for those who turned raw grains into flour, keeping Americans' bellies full during this explosive period in American history. See the actual processes - tools - and skills needed to feed a nation.


Trout season opens Sat., April 2nd.
Dig out the boots, waders, poles, flies and bobbers...Trout anglers from all over the region will come rejoicing to Newlin's Chester Creek!

E. Mortimer Newlin, founder of the Nicholas Newlin Foundation, was an enthusiastic fly fisherman who recognized the value of the trout stream that runs through the property.

Don't miss the Annual Children's Trout Rodeo, April 9th.
For some reason, this brings to mind the concept of herding cats...but I digress ;)
The ponds at Newlin Grist Mill will be closed to general public fishing on this date, because the Delaware County Field & Stream Assn's Trout Rodeo is a young fisherman's event. Find out how your child can participate by clicking on this link:  More Trout Rodeo Information


I've loved digging in dirt since my sandbox days...so don't be surprised to see me on April 16th -- Newlin's Public Archaeology Day
A Free event -- 10am to 3pm -- for all ages


Come learn about and assist professional archaeologists with site excavations and artifact screening.  This dig centers on the Miller’s House which dates to 1739 - and the Archive, formerly a mid-18th century general store.

Newlin Grist Mill Web Site

LOCATION: 219 South Cheyney Road, Glen Mills, PA 19342