Once Abandoned And Left To Decay, The Zedler Mill In Texas Has Been Restored To Its Former Glory

Most abandoned places in Texas are left to decay in the elements, but the Zedler Mill in Luling has been given a second chance at life. This historic mill once supplied power and water to the surrounding community, but quickly fell into a state of disrepair after being shut down in the 1950s. Restored to its former glory in the early 2000s, the mill showcases a way of life that is all but forgotten in the modern age.

For more information about the Zedler Mill, including details about renting the venue for an event, please visit its Facebook page or the official City of Luling website.

Have you ever visited the Zedler Mill? Are there any other once-abandoned places in Texas that have been beautifully restored? Tell us in the comments! Don’t forget to check out our previous article for the ultimate Texas BBQ road trip that features one of Luling’s most iconic restaurants.

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Address: Zedler Mill, 1170 S Laurel Ave, Luling, TX 78648, USA