The Mill of Kintail Conservation Area - Historic Places Days

The Mill of Kintail Conservation Area

Mississippi Mills, Ontario
2854 Concession Road 8, Mississippi Mills, ON, Canada
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Daily from Victoria Day weekend until Thanksgiving
(613)256-3610 ext.2

The restored 1830’s grist mill is home to both the R. Tait McKenzie & Dr. James Naismith Collection.  Robert Tait McKenzie was one of Canada’s best known artists of his time and is a recognized National Historic Figure. McKenzie’s incredible life as a sculptor, philosopher and physician is celebrated in the grist mill he restored.  Dr. James Naismith was the creator of basketball.  Both were local lads who played in these fields as young boys.


  • Family-Friendly
  • Guided Tour
  • Parking
  • Parkland
  • Pet-Friendly
  • Washrooms
  • Wheelchair Access


2854 Concession Road 8, Mississippi Mills, ON, Canada
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