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Falls Mill, Belvidere

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Fall Mills is a historic textile factory in Belvidere, Tennessee, U.S.. It was built in 1873. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since February 23, 1972.


The mill is now a museum that is also known as the Museum of Power and Industry at Falls Mill. Displays include antique machinery, historic photos, mill stones, broom-making equipment, a printing press, and a dog-powered butter churn. There is a weaving exhibit room with hand looms, spinning wheels and a collection of 19th-century power looms and wool carding machines.
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  • There had been some heavy rains the day before and the stream was really flowing when i visited, because of that, they didn't have the mill in operation but I still got the full tour. If you are...  more »
  • Stopped in with the wife. Great history in southern middle Tennessee. The museum shows several old belt driven machines still in use. Beautiful area with a waterfall and picnic area.  more »

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