The Stony Brook Grist Mill

100 Harbor Road
Stony Brook 11790
Phone: 631-751-2244
Fax: 631-751-2024
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The Stony Brook Grist Mill, circa 1751, is Long Island's most completely equipped and working Grist Mill. Visitors will get a look into how grained was ground into flour in the 18th and 19th centuries. Families will also enjoy the duck pond behind the mill.

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