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Wedding and Events Venue located just outside of Rome, Georgia. It remains the iconic textile mill factory perfect for Industrial style themes. The Mill is also used for Photography and Film

 

THE LINDALE MILL

Located outside of Rome, Floyd County, Georgia, remains the iconic textile mill factory perfect for historic and Industrial style themes.

Lindale Mill was an industrial textile factory built in 1896 by Massachusetts Mills and was later sold to Pepperell Manufacturing, giving the community and school the name “Pepperell”. The mill employed 1,393 people and produced 1/7 of all textiles in Georgia.

Although the mill closed in 2001, the tradition of hanging the Christmas star since 1923 still lives on every December. We honor the history of Lindale Mill by opening it to the public for photography, filming, and events.

Famous movies such as Summit Entertainment’s "Allegiant" of "The Divergent Series" were filmed at our location along with many other independent projects. We invite you to visit the Lindale Mill and promise you that each time you will discover something new!

If you have a film, photography, or special occasion, we would love to hear from you. Click here to get the process started.

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

6 Park Ave SE
Lindale, GA 30147

CONTACT

info@lindalemill.com
(404) 919-6119

 
 

 

OUR VISION

We love history, art and embraced the idea of doing something different. Our goal is to make the best of what we have by inviting others to enjoy and benefit from that as well. You will be overwhelmed with the PHOTO, FILM, and EVENT opportunities at the mill, but don’t take our word for it, here is what our community has to say:

 

 
 
Capturing aerials for the music video “Bend” by Hope’s Anchor Band. Big thanks to Joe from Lindale Mill Filming for giving us access to the property! Such an awesome location!
— Abroadend Horizon
We had a great time touring the old Lindale Mills area yesterday. Thank you Joe and Lindale Mill Filming for the tour and short history lesson!
— Rome Floyd Chamber