The products were intersting but nothing was going on at the mill. It however is on the national historical registry. There is a cost of 4.00 a person and don't know if I would recommend it. The lady at the store was very nice and there were cute cats in the mill.
My 16 year old daughter was ho hum about visiting a rice mill. Well old dad was surprised to hear her say this was the most fun part of our trip to Louisiana. The tour of the mill was cool. Stray cats here volunteer to keep the rodents on the run. This place is old school and has not changed... 更多
a very interesting tour that everyone should do at least once. It explains the rice industry from growing to harvest to milling. The gift shop has many local foods and presents gluten free shopping.
The mill is the oldest operating mill in the US. The tour guide Cheryl was very friendly and informative. She was able to answer all our questions. The store was a bit expensive, thus the reason I didn't give them 5 star rating. Worth the $3.50 ticket price.
This truly a company store. So many things to taste, so many things to consider buying. I got some great pecan rice. Contrary to what I thought, it has nothing to do with pecans or pecan flavoring. It has to do with the milling process. The staff was wonderful and truly reflected the warmth and friendliness of the locals and... 更多
When our group arrived, we thought the factory was closed as it really looked dilapidated! It is, in fact, a working entity! All natural to say the least! The exterminating system is a large contingency of cats! We loved the tour! Wendy was awesome!! The store is great also!
We got to see a lot of different homemade products - A lot of food books - Took a tour of the mill, this was very interesting - Brought some rice home with us !