The water mill of Worin is one of just a few remaining water mills in the state of Brandenburg. It is under monument protection as a technical monument. After all, it tells you a lot about an occupational group that is one of the oldest in the history of humankind. The mill of Worin is part of the district's monument register, and it was first mentioned in a document in 1398. The building has been on this site in its current state since 1825. It is a three-storey structure and features two coarse meal and two grinding devices. From 1905, the mill was operated by turbine and diesel engine because the water was no longer sufficient to drive a water wheel. Flour was only ground in the mill until 1960. Until 1972 the mill was used for grist production for agriculture. The mill was extensively restored between 1993 and 2001 and today it can be viewed.