The Tuam Mill Museum is the only preserved corn mill in the West of Ireland. The museum provides general information on the history of milling. It opened initially as a museum in 1974 and closed for a period but remains open now throughout the summer months so that visitors to the town can appreciate and learn about this important aspect of Tuam's industrial heritage.
The Mill is located at Chapel Lane in an area known locally as the "little mill". Local organizations can also avail of a newly refurbished meeting room in the Mill building.
Above image from Galway 2020
|Address||Chapel Lane, Tuam, Co. Galway|
|Phone||+353 (0)93 24141|
|Category (ies)||Heritage/Culture Local Organisation Tourist Attraction|