Expand Your Knowledge: Explore an Academic Internship

We invite you to inquire about internship opportunities at the Prallsville Mills.  Some recent examples include researching and assisting with feasibility studies for the Delaware River Mill Society hydropower effort, and working on a special project to create a history of Stockton Borough Baseball during the 1930s.

Your interest and enthusiasm are welcome! Call 609-397-3586 or email for details.


Educational Programs for School Groups 

Our docents lead programs that focus on the specific time periods and occupations represented at the historic Prallsville Mills complex. We welcome your suggestions and interest in other school group programs.

Call  609-397-3586 for details.


Corporate Retreats and History Lunches

We can host your corporate retreat at the Mill, including lunch and a tour of our historic site.

Tour Hours
Daily docent tours: Mid-June to mid-September,  1 to 4 p.m.
Mill complex tours: Mondays – Thursdays, 1 to 4 p.m.

Group tours can be scheduled year-round by emailing phil@prallsvillemills.org


Marvelous Machines & Historic Buildings: Workshops at the Mills

Marvelous Machines at the Mills” explores the six simple machines that influenced the development of machinery, manufacturing and industrial growth.

Learn how six tools work together in the milling process to make life easier, yesterday and today. Take a guided scavenger hunt inside the historic grist mill as you locate the many gears, levers, pulleys and other simple machines that helped get work done at the historic complex.

“Historic Architecture and Preservation" shows you how the architectural styles of houses and outbuildings, historic buildings, streetscapes, neighborhoods and special landmarks tell the unique story of a community. This is a 1½-hour program for adults.

Learn more about the history of your own neighborhood by looking at the architecture of the surrounding buildings. Find out how to “read” buildings while you explore the forms and materials of historic structures and uncover the history of historic preservation efforts.

The workshop also examines the form, materials and architectural styles found in our built environment and increases awareness of the historic and cultural resources throughout our state. Slides of our area''s diverse architecture will help teach you how to understand, appreciate and protect the stories of the buildings in your town.

Both programs are available for adults, and a modified workshop is available for home-schools, scouts, public school groups and other interested community groups by contacting the DRMS office.

Cost is $5.00 for Mill Society members and $25.00 for non-members. Handouts and light refreshments are provided.

For more information or to arrange a program, call 609-397-3586 or email phil@prallsvillemills.org.


Explore the History of American Farming: Day Trips for Adults and Community Schools

Here's a suggested itinerary:

  • Howell Living History Farm – 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Stockton Inn Lunch – 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • Prallsville Mills – 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Lambertville Farm Market – 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Holcombe Jimison Farm Museum

For more information or to arrange a day trip, call 609-397-3586 or email phil@prallsvillemills.org.


Prallsville Mills: The Perfect Place for a School Field Trip  

Prallsville Mills welcomes day trips for schools. Docents are available by appointment for all grade levels.
You can also arrange a carriage ride during your visit.

Call 609-397-3586 to schedule your school’s visit. 


Storytelling and Carriage Rides at the Mills

We can arrange a carriage ride, or a docent-led story time, for your group:
Sundays – 1 to 4 p.m.  or when mill is available. 
Call 609-397-3586 to schedule your visit. 


Prallsville Mills Tours and Docent Program

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Take a Tour of the Mill
Guided tours of the Prallsville Mills are available by appointment and on selected dates throughout the year. Check our Calendar of Events for upcoming programs and tours. 

Volunteer and Train to Be a Mill Docent
Become a part of our history.  Join us for a tour and learn more about becoming a mill docent.

Call 609-397-3586 for more information.