Since the 12th century flour has been milled at this unique location. The fully restored complex brings to life the authentic workings of a five sail windmill, four sail windmill, water mill and bakery of the 1800’s. This provides the visitor with examples of how wind and water energies were harnessed by our ancestors.
“The Skerries Mills is the right place to meet a friend for a tea or coffee, for looking a nice gift, for that nice light lunch, for a little light music on a Sunday, for an outdoor tea/coffee or lunch or somewhere to hold a meeting and all at the right price. It's a no hurry place, its a time for you place, its the right place.”
“Fantastic windmills, water mill tour, cafe, and gift shop. And the people are so friendly and helpful. It's a must-see on a trip to Dublin or Ireland.”
“Beautiful peaceful venue with 2 well-preserved windmills, little shops/workshops (art, jewelry) a gift shop and a lovely "crisp and clean" restaurant located within the mill. The restaurant is a great place to relax and it offers a variety of beautiful dishes at very reasonable prices - a place to easily spend a couple of leisurely hours or even longer! Enjoy the little lake with its host of ducks etc. and even have a short stroll.”
“I brought my 9 yr old Goddaughter and her 11 yr brother to Skerries Mill to do the mill tour. They had a fabulous afternoon and our guide was fabulous, full of fun and facts. We learnt all about growing the grain, types of mill stones and windmills and all about flour production. They got a chance to get hands on...”