Martintown Grist Millin-person Doors Open Cornwall and SDG Counties

  • In-person
  • Guided tours available
  • Kid-friendly
  • Partial wheelchair access
  • Self-guided tours available
  • Site has blue and gold provincial plaque
  • Site is protected by the Ontario Heritage Trust
  • Washrooms
  • Photography allowed
Martintown Grist Mill

The Martintown Grist Mill is a three-storey structure where one can see the water-powered turbine that used to turn the grinding wheel. The outer walls were made from stone supplied from a nearby quarry. Built in 1846 and closed in 1950, the mill began to collapse until a group of determined villagers saved it by raising funds for its restoration.

Contact info

18544 County Road 18
Martintown, Ontario


Year built: 1846
Building type:Museum
Architect: Alexander McMartin
Architectural style:Georgian

Dates/hours open

Aug 20, 09:00am - Aug 20, 03:00pm

Sunday only: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.