There is no better way to experience the small-town charm of southern Wisconsin than a visit to The Old Feed Mill. Dan and Nancy Viste love sharing the history of The Old Feed Mill. The excellent food, flexible menu, convenient location and handicap accessibility make this the perfect motorcoach stop.
From the antique buggy used for display in the gift shop to the restored eclectic dinner tables in the restaurant, forgotten treasures come to life at The Old Feed Mill. Antiques and curiosities fill the magnificently restored mill. There is even an operating roller mill to make custom flour, a reminder of the building’s milling days. Visitors can watch as the mill, manufactured between 1880 and 1920, grinds the flour for the bread.
The Millstone Mercantile Gift Shop, located inside The Old Feed Mill, is a clever gift shop with merchandise that perfectly reflects its unique location. The shop features merchandise by local artists, charming holiday items, milled soaps and body products, red hat specialties, handmade quilts, old-fashioned candy and much more.
Whether you are interested in a step-on tour or a more in-depth tour of the historic mill, the top-notch staff at The Old Feed Mill will accommodate your group’s needs. For groups of 20 or more, The Old Feed Mill will provide one complimentary meal, and for groups of 40 or more, two complimentary meals. The Viste family has a great deal of experience with motorcoach tours and will make your stop at The Old Feed Mill a memorable one.
And the Village of Mazomanie and The Old Feed Mill are only 20 minutes from some of the areas best attractions:
- Middleton and Madison’s west side
- House on the Rock
- Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin
- American Players Theatre
- Wollersheim Winery
- Mount Horeb’s Trollway
- Cave of the Mounds
Call Nancy at 888-345-4909 and book your group tour today or for more information send us an inquiry on our feedback form.