Considered a monument of industrial archaeology, it is the only mill on the river Lambro still intact and complete of its original environment in the historical centre. Already active at the beginning of the 18th century, it was originally used for grinding wheat, then for fulling wool and finally as an oil mill. The building, made up of two parallel blocks, still preserves the millstone, the press and other ancient tools.
It is named after the last owners whom in 1987 donated it to the Municipality that later carried out the restoration work. The space hosts temporary exhibitions.