Watson’s Mill is a museum and historical centre that celebrates Manotick and its history. The building is an 1860s grist and flour mill built by Moss Kent Dickinson and Joseph Currier, who together founded the town of Manotick. Today Watson’s Mill continues to grind flour while helping visitors explore the past and conserving the site for the future.
May 16-October 12
Daily 10am – 5pm
Flour Grind: Sundays 10-12pm
Watson’s Mill Office
January 6-December 18
Monday – Friday, 10am -4pm
The Used Book Store
May 9-October 12
Daily 10am – 4pm
Manotick Farmer’s Market
Saturdays, 9am – 3pm
Group Admission, Tours & Educational Programs
Large groups (10 or more people) require advanced reservation/ notice.
Please contact 613-692-6455 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss group entry, tours and educational programs.
Watson’s Mill: $2 per person
Watson’s Mill & Dickinson House: $3 per person
Educational Program: $4 per person
The industrial experience of living social heritage of Dickinson Square.
To create a social, cultural, and educational heritage experience for the enjoyment of the community and visitors by preserving and operating the 19th-century building and its equipment as a working flour and feed mill.
5525 Dickinson Street