The Millers Tea Room is the perfect place to stop for a light refreshment. While the gift shop sells a range of gifts and souvenirs relating to Sarehole Mill.

The tea room and shop are free to visit and are open during opening hours - see visit us for details.

The Millers Tea Room

Our tea room offers hot and cold drinks, cakes, snacks and ice creams.

In the summer you can enjoy our outdoor seating in our charming courtyard and in the winter, we light the fire indoors to keep you toasty warm.

Part of a brick building with a glazed door with sign on it that reads The Millers Tearoom.


Hot Beverages

Available in regular/ small

  • Café Americano - £2.20 / £2.00
  • Flat White - £3.00
  • Cappuccino - £3.00 / £2.80
  • Café Latte - £3.00 / £2.80
  • Café Mocha - £3.00 / £2.80
  • Espresso - £1.80 / £1.70
  • Hot Chocolate £3.00 / £2.80
  • Loose Leaf Tea Infusions - £2.80
    Choose from English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Green, Peppermint, Camomile, Red Berry, Darjeeling or Ginger and Lemongrass

Shots of syrup - vanilla / caramel / hazelnut 70p.

Oat and soya milk alternatives available.

Ice Creams
  • Beechdean Tubs £2.00
  • Cornetto Classico (contains dairy, nuts and gluten) £1.80
  • Cornetto Mint (contains dairy and gluten) £1.80
  • Solero (contains dairy) £2.00
  • Calippo £1.60
  • Feast (contains dairy and nuts) £1.60


Our shop also stocks a great range of giftware and Sarehole Mill merchandise.

Tolkien fans can also pick up books and middle earth inspired souvenirs to take a piece of the shire home with them!

Birmingham Museums Trust Members can enjoy their 10% discount when shopping in the community shop.

Shop Online

We have an online shop where you can purchase unique gifts and souvenirs and have them delivered straight to your door.

As well as getting a great gift, all shop purchases help to support Birmingham Museums Trust to continue to care for Birmingham’s unique collection and the delivery of our award winning education programme.

A selection of books on display in a shop including books by JRR Tolkien.