Experience early 19th-century Delaware in a 300-year-old gristmill, textile mill and farm site with an eighteen foot waterwheel powered by nearby Red Clay Creek. Greenbank Mills & Philips Farm is a living history museum with tours and programs focusing on a variety of aspects of the Early Republic (1790-1830): the gristmill, the textile factory, and daily life at the 1794 Philips House and 19th century farm with heritage livestock. Open Saturdays 10-4 April through October except holiday weekends. Greenbank Mills & Philips Farm is open through the week, year round, for group programs by reservation.
Tours include the gristmill restoration, the Madison Factory textile mill, the 1794 Philips House, and the 19th century farm with heritage livestock.