Few People Know This Charming Small Town In Rhode Island Is The Home Of The Oldest Running Grist Mill In New England

There is certainly no shortage of historic places in Rhode Island, as one of the original colonies we have seen an awful lot, good and bad, and us locals are committed to keeping that history alive. Whether it be through monuments, special events, or keeping our historic spots pristine, little Rhodey likes to put its history on proud display. If you are looking for a spot to visit that has been here almost since the founding of the state, Gray’s Grist Mill is well worth a visit.

It is so cool that Rhode Island and Massachusetts share a claim to one of New England’s oldest grist mills! This is one of the most historic places in Rhode Island and it is not only fascinating, their products are unbeatably authentic and delicious. The mill is open Tuesday through Sunday from noon to four in the warm months, and you can call 508-636-6075 to hear their Winter hours. You can also call this number to book a tour of the mill to see its inner workings and learn more about its past.

Make sure to check out Gray’s website for more information on the mill, and follow their Facebook page to see where the mill will be vending their products next. Don’t forget to check out our previous article for more fascinating Rhode Island history! 

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Address: Gray's Grist Mill, 638 Adamsville Rd, Westport, MA 02790, USA