Balmoral Grist Mill Museum

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Balmoral Grist Mill Museum
Balmoral Mills, Nova Scotia.jpg
Established 1874
Location Balmoral Mills, Nova Scotia.
Type history museum

The Balmoral Grist Mill Museum is a restored 1874 water powered grist mill located in Balmoral Mills, Nova Scotia. The site includes a 1 km walking trail along the ravine of Balmoral Brook. The mill is part of the Nova Scotia Museum system. Alexander MacKay owned this water-powered grist mill in the 1880s. It could be used to grind wheat, oats, barley, rye, and buckwheat into flour and meal. The Scottish oat-drying kiln is unique. [1]


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Coordinates: 45°38′36.5″N 63°11′36.1″W / 45.643472°N 63.193361°W / 45.643472; -63.193361