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Each year more than 12,000 visitors from throughout the world find their way to this historic site, nestled in the heart of a thriving Amish community in eastern Lancaster County. Visitors to the site, which features a remarkably preserved water-powered grain mill, step back in time to learn about milling history along the banks of scenic Mill Creek. The adjacent 1855 miller's house, home to three generations of Resslers, is a clear window to early 20th century housekeeping and family life. The home is preserved just as it was when brother and sister Franklin and Anna Ressler offered their neighbors the finest flour, along with neighborly hospitality.
The historic site, located at Stumptown Road and Newport Road (Route 772) southeast of Leola, is open to visitors from 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday during May 1st to 3rd Saturday of October.
Admission is Free
The Mascot Roller Mills and Ressler family house are preserved and operated by the Ressler Mill Foundation.
The Ressler Mill Foundation
443 W. Newport Rd.
Ronks, Pa. 17572-9717
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