Originally opened in 1986 as a museum and banquet hall, The Old Mill is perhaps the final piece of historical Dundee left. As such, it stands as a celebration of the town’s history and legacy. Today the museum features three stories of exhibits, both permanent and temporary, guaranteeing that every visit you make to the Old Mill will be as interesting as your last. These exhibits cover a wide range of subjects, including fashion, farm life, the local Native American population and furniture making. Step inside and you’ll be transported back in time, back over two hundred years to the founding of our city. If you want to learn about and celebrate the history of Dundee (and Ohio itself) there’s no better place to do it.