The Cleveland Roller Mill is the largest functioning flour mill of its kind in the whole of the Southwest, and it’s right here in New Mexico. In the 1980s, the mill was converted into a museum but it remains in working order. Now it’s only put in motion over the Labor Day weekend.

The Cleveland Roller Mill Museum is on NM-518, at mile marker 31, a little north of the town of Mora. Here is the museum’s Facebook page.

Have you visited this remote museum? If you’re interested in our state’s history, check out 11 Historical Landmarks You Absolutely Must Visit In New Mexico.

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