About The Red Mill Museum Village

The Red Mill Museum Village is the setting for over 200 years of history. Since its opening as a museum in 1963, its charm and beauty have drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors to Clinton, New Jersey. Besides offering the public a glimpse of working life in days past, within the walls of a dozen buildings contained in the wood and cloth of 40,000 objects are the stories of the growth of a community. We are proud to maintain our local history and heritage and share this with the public. The museum offers changing exhibits, lectures, concerts and special events that provide visitors with an ongoing conversation with the past. Thousands of school children visit each year to tour the grounds, make candles, learn about blacksmithing and try their hand at quill writing. Annually we host many events including War Reenactments, Agro-Industry Day, Kids’ Day, Ghost and Folklore tours, live concerts and the ever-popular Haunted Mill. Show your support for our local treasure by becoming a member or making a donation today! http://savethewheel.org/