The Prallsville Mills is a historic site nestled along the Delaware River and Raritan Canal in the quaint town of Stockton, NJ. The Mill offers a variety of cultural and community activities. 

There's always something happening at the mill, from live music and art shows to history tours and yoga classes, It's a natural meeting place for people of all ages to gather and share their passions for the arts and nature, and enjoy a peaceful retreat from their everyday lives. The unique, 10-building historic complex includes an 1877 grist mill, a 1790 linseed oil mill, an 1850 saw mill, a 1900 grain silo and the Prall House, a late 1700's residence that is considered one of New Jersey's most significant early dwellings. 

We are fortunate that this early industrial village remains intact and now serves as a vibrant cultural and historical center. The Mill is a vital asset to our community today while preserving our country’s story of economic growth in the industrial age. Come to the mill for a tour, a bike ride or a concert. Get engaged in our history – or married in one of our magnificent structures.

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The Delaware River Mill Society received an operating support grant from the Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission, with funds from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.

We invite you to explore the beauty of the Delaware River Valley and discover the intricate wonders of the 10 historically significant structures that comprise the Prallsville Mills complex. Private and group tours offered year-round.

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Share our world with your guests. The historic grist mill is a uniquely stunning setting for weddings, bar mitzvahs and other celebrations. Talk to  us today about the many ways we can make your special occasion memorable.

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For more than 300 years, the Delaware River Valley and Prallsville Mills has attracted artists, industrial and political visionaries and thought leaders to its peaceful setting. Today we delight in sharing our rich history with  you. 

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