Scattered across the county there are many windmills, some of which have been restored, a number are fully working and others have been converted into guest-houses or family homes. No matter where you are in Norfolk, there always seems to be a windmill nearby.
Berney Arms Mill
This windmill is in working condition and has an interesting exhibition. You can gain access to Berney Arms Mill either by boat or by train via Berney Arms Station.
09.00 – 13.00
14.00 – 17.00 daily, April – September
This corn mill has working machinery, a bakery, a tea-room and shop.
10.00 – 18.00 daily, early April - September
This open-framed timber trestle wind pump is in fine working order and is open all year round.
This is a brick windmill which hosts the East Anglian Mills exhibition.
12.00 – 15.00 Thursday – Saturday, April - September
14.30 – 16.30 Sunday - April - September
A tower mill, now cared for by the National Trust. It was rebuilt in 1912 to replace an earlier mill that had become dilapidated. In 1943 it was struck by lightning and was left untouched for many years. However, it has now been fully restored to its former glory and a great view of the surrounding area can be seen from the top.
11.00 – 17.00 daily, April – June
11.00 – 18.00 daily, July – August.
This corn mill, which is Britain’s tallest windmill, was built over 100 years ago and was still being used up until 1940. Attached to the windmill you will find the Broad’s Museum and a picnic area.
10.00 – 17.30 daily, April – September
For more information about Norfolk's windmills and watermills visit : http://www.norfolkmills.co.uk - Please note this will open in a new browser window.