Visit this beautiful windmill i hope you will love it. Climb the Windmill Museum, hire a bike, have a cream tea, feed the animals, try making bread and buy fresh baked bread. Gallery, gift shop and holiday cottage.
Visitors can climb the mill (awesome), when possible, on windy days, you can also see the sails and the milling machinery turning. Get a brilliant view of the surrounding countryside and look down on your friends with joy and happiness!!!!
The garden is a super safe place for children to explore, with a trim trail, wendy house and boat to play on, and lots of other things!!!
They are open again from March 27th 2013 until the end of September. They are open every day from 10 am to 5 pm!
The mill Closes for the winter
There is a small entrance fee to the garden and a separate entrance fee to climb the mill. Fabulous value garden season tickets are available.There is free parking and entrance to the tearooms, toy and gift shop, bakery and children’s baking area. Adult, £4.50 mill and garden, £1.50 garden only Retired £3.75 mill and garden, £1.25 garden only Child £3 mill and garden, £1 garden only Bread baking £2.20 per child Pony rides £2 each.