Visit The Red Mill Museum Village

We are open Wednesday-Friday from 10-4 and weekends 11-5 until September 2, at which time we will be closed to the public as we prepare for the Haunted Mill which opens on Friday October 4th. Stay tuned for more information!

In the case of inclement weather, please check this website or our social media for emergency closure information.

We love pets, but only service animals are allowed in our historic buildings.
We appreciate your understanding.

The Red Mill Museum Village is a historic museum complex located in what has colonially been known as Clinton, which is a part of the Lenapehoking, the traditional territory of the Lenni-Lenape people and their ancestors who lived here for thousands of years before the arrival of Europeans. The centerpiece of the museum is the 1810 Red Mill. The museum is situated on 10 acres of land and includes the mill, a quarry complete with office and stone crusher and sorter, a schoolhouse, log cabin and operational blacksmith shop. Throughout the year a variety of events and programs, including craft fairs, art shows, music festivals, and historical reenactments take place at the museum. The Red Mill Museum Village is open to the public year-round and is a popular destination for school field trips, family outings, photographers and history enthusiasts.

A unique and memorable venue for weddings and corporate events

Upcoming Events

We look forward to many exciting events at the Red Mill Museum in 2024! Visit our website often to get updates on our Spring and Summer Events schedule. And be sure to follow our Facebook and Instagram pages to stay up-to-date on everything at the Red Mill.

Become a Member

Save on Museum Admission and Help Us Preserve History For Tomorrow!

If you own a business and are interested in sponsoring the Red Mill Museum Village, please contact us for sponsorship opportunities!


Volunteers have played a significant role at the Red Mill Museum Village from its earliest days. In fact, the Museum could not have opened without their crucial volunteer contributions of time, ideas and skills. In 1987 the volunteer group decided to organize formally and the Friends of the Red Mill was born.