On the left a restored/rebuilt snuff mill with living quarters in the upper floors and the mill in basement. The building on the right is a re-created grist mill used to grind native grown corn into corn meal using granite grindstones.
The snuff mill building has a small collection of reproductions of Stuart's paintings. Originals hang in the National Gallery and other museums.
Guided tours the buildings and grounds are provided by a nonprofit group dedicated to preserving the history of the site and is on the National Register of Historic Places.