This three story grist mill was built in the early 1850s. In the late 1920s Henry Ford purchased the property and rebuilt it. The mill was part of Henry Ford's Village Industries. Today the museum features three floors of permanent and changing exhibits. The Old Mill Museum is Dundee's main historical venue, highlighting rural life. The exhibits showcase life from the time of the early Potawatomi people through the early 1900s residents. Also in the building is an extensive archive of Dundee information, available for study.