Rockley is an historic village classified by the National Trust. It has a number of historic buildings still in use, including the Anglican and Catholic Churches, a hotel and the Mill Museum. This was originally a flour mill, which still houses much of the original milling equipment. The museum has a collection of early village, shop and police record books and an extensive collection of early photographs and clothing. Behind the building is a large collection of early machinery. It is open on Sundays or by appointment. The historic bank building has bed & breakfast accommodation and tearooms.

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Visitor Information Centre