Thank you for your interest in bringing your group to War Eagle Mill. We welcome this opportunity to share this historic and tasty experience with you!
- Explore the Mill grounds, including the beautiful War Eagle Valley and War Eagle Creek. Watch our powerful water wheel grinding corn into flour.
- Listen to the stories of our experienced millers describe the past and the operations of equipment.
- Learn about the history of Native American and Civil War events. Be prepared to be touched by the love story of War Eagle and his bride. Learn about the Blackburn, how they built the first Mill in 1832, and discover how it was such an important part of the community culture.
- Then visit our two-story gift shop filled with organic and Non-GMO whole grains, jellies, and other locally-made foods. The second floor includes fine arts and crafts as well as gifts for the whole family.
- Top off the tour with a home-cooked meal from our third floor Restaurant. Please refer to the enclosed group menu for options and rates. Our restaurant can sit up to 40 guests at a time. For larger groups, please plan on two sittings.
Our tours are FREE and include the following:
- A historical overview of our Mill, its location, significance and its effect on the community.
- Education on the stone buhr milling process and its preservation of essential oils, vitamins and minerals.
- View the Mill’s water wheel, creek and bridge and learn about their importance to the Mill.
Please note that the War Eagle Bridge is limited to 3 tons (16, 18, 21) and 10.6 ft height. Large tour busses need to approach the Mill from Hwy 12 (from Rogers or Eureka Springs), not from Hwy 412.
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OR CALL 479-789-5343 EXT. 218