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

Time

Date: Sunday, 2/11/2024

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. 

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arber neziri
Experience

I feel like the work being done there is important for the state and community. It’s beneficial for people to know how flour gets to the supermarkets and how many additives they include to make items shelf stable. After all knowledge is power.

That can only be achieved through people like you in communities. Experience was great, Kimberly was also exceptional. Give her a raise!

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Steve Mayer
Great experience

Our tour guide was great. She was very informative and knowledgeable. We had a great experience