Rother’s Mill, is the most impressive structure lying on the edge of Mill Island. It was here that the city’s first steam engine was put into operation in 1846. The mill fulfilled its role for almost 100 years, both as a manufacturing and storage facility. It wasn’t until the communist period that the former mill’s significance steadily declined. In the late 1990s, the mill was decommissioned and privatized. Today it is the headquarters of Bydgoszcz’s Culture Park, and its interior is in the process of being arranged for exhibition space and furnishings. The „Węzły”,exhibition, which is open to the public, takes a closer look at the rich history of Bydgoszcz, which is closely linked to water.