A fully-restored working windmill and all its internal machinery with unique guided tours to the top of the tower. Visitor’s centre, tearoom and bakery.
Denver Windmill was built in 1835 and continued to grind corn using wind power for over one hundred years. The windmill stopped work in 1941 when the sails were struck by lightning. Now it has been lovingly restored to full working order with new facilities for visitors to enjoy. Once again flour is being milled using the power of the wind.
Adults £2, children £1, concessions £1.50
Open all year