Since its opening in 1963, the charm and beauty of the Red Mill Museum Village has drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors to Clinton, New Jersey. It is said to be the most photographed building in New Jersey and one of the top ten in the nation.
Besides offering the public a glimpse of working life in days past, the Mill also owns thousands of pieces of textiles, home goods, tools, photographs and more. We are proud to maintain our local history and heritage and share this with the public. 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.
And now we are asking you, our friends and fans, for some assistance. You may have noticed that the wheel has not been spinning for some time now. We believe a functioning waterwheel adds to the unique charm and appeal of our historical treasure. We need your help for this and other preservation efforts. Our goal of $250,000 is lofty, but fully achievable with your support and dedication to helping us.
The Red Mill Museum Village is a privately funded 501c3 non-profit organization that relies on the generous support of donors like you. Please donate and together we can #savethewheel!
If you would like to make a larger donation, recurring donation during the campaign, or payments on a donation amount please contact our Executive Director Paul Muir at (908)735-4101 x101 or firstname.lastname@example.org