TOUR: Thursday, 2/22/2024, 10am / 11:30am / 1pm (CLOSE-TOED SHOES REQUIRED)

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Date: Thursday, 2/22/2024

Times: Select your preferred start time from the options above. Hour includes in-depth tour and time to shop our products!

  • 10am - 11am
  • 11:30am - 12:30pm
  • 1pm - 2pm 

Cost: $25 per person 

CLOSE-TOED SHOES ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER OUR FACILITY. NO EXCEPTIONS.

TOURS MEET IN THE MIDDLE DOOR OF THE BIG WHITE BUILDING. DOORS OPEN AT THE TIME OF TOUR (10 / 11:30 / 1). 

REFUNDS NOT AVAILABLE FOR TOUR PURCHASES. 

ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT. CHILDREN 10+ MUST HAVE TICKET TO PARTICIPATE IN TOUR. 

Due to the nature of our production process, only individuals 10+ will be able to access the mill room and storage warehouse during production hours (Monday - Friday, 7am - 5:30pm). Groups including children younger than 10 can still come for a tour - if the tour is during production hours, we will take a peek through our large picture windows at what's going on in the mill room!

Each tour includes an in-depth look at the why and how of Barton Springs Mill! You will learn about the history of the mill and how our values are put into practice each and every day at the facility. You will learn about the different classifications of wheat and grains, and how we work with farmers to bring you the freshest flour possible. We will take you through each part of our facility from the beautiful Austrian mills, to the storage warehouse, to our trusty seed cleaner!

After the tour, you will get a chance to get personalized recommendations for how to use any varietal of our stone-milled grains at home - whether you're a pizza pro or a sourdough starter, we're here to make using stone-milled flours approachable and fun!

Masks not currently required for facility tours. 

Customer Reviews

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Mary Ann Zrake
Loved Barton Springs Mill Tour!

What a great educational experience and Kim made it fun! We would definitely recommend this tour. There is a lot more to getting bread to our table than we ever knew. We bought several types of flour and within a couple of weeks, we baked whole wheat bread, sourdough boules, and pizza crust. Best bread ever. Starting our next order. Also enjoying videos by Abby & James. Thanks Kim - we enjoyed meeting you!

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Phat Piron
Fun and informative tour with great people

After using Barton flours for the last few years, I finally got to visit the mill and learn more about its origin and operations, as well as its philosophy and the different grains they use. It's a small operation, but their machines are both massive and absolutely gorgeous. It's a well oiled process where everyone clearly take their tasks to heart. Special bonus, you can buy flour after the tour, and thats as fresh as it gets!

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Blanca Andersen
Impressive Facility

The faculty was impressive in that it’s methods and devices made the products wholesome and clean. It was very interesting to learn that CO2 was used to kill the insects gathered during harvesting of the wheat and not a chemical. Then the insects are sifted out and sold as chicken feed - a great use in my opinion - nothing wasted.