My Visitor Guide

Ashland Mural Walk

Dells Mill and Museum

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I have read that Dells Mill in Augusta is “the most photographed site in Wisconsin. I believe that. Dells Mill is a water-powered flour and feed mill built in 1864, the first flour mill in the Chippewa Valley, which still stands to this day. It is three and one-half stories high, called by many five levels. It originally ground wheat, which at the time was the agricultural mainstay of the state. It is but of hand-hewn timbers with wooden pegs joining the timbers together. It operated continuously from 1864 through 1968. The mill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

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