Lovely little spot to take the family for a relaxing day, grand kids loved it will be back again when the weather is nicer!
Staff really helpful here and a fair amount to do for small children. We even bought some flour for bread making and the staff were very knowledgeable
I went here with my Mum at Christmas to the lantern lit carol service - would it be a bit twee to say that it was really magical....never mind, it was anyway :0)
Very cool - Climbed to the top and watched the windmill work. Kids (8,10 and 11) enjoyed the interactive science displays. Near the centre of Nottingham but so peaceful. And free - but make a donation to keep them going!
This is well worth a visit although not open every day of the week. The science centre here is great for the kids and it was lovely to visit somewhere where the equipment actually worked for a change! We all climbed to the top of the windmill, even my 3 year old son managed this (carefully). The flour milled here... More
Greens Mill is located in the area of Sneinton - 1 and quarter miles from the city centre. Built by the father of a noteable scientist and mathematician George Green in 1807 it is a fully operational working mill that grinds its own organic flour which it sells to the general public. Along with the opportunity to climb inside the... More
What a gem! This superb working windmill is set in Nottingham city centre, and is free to both park and enter. You can roam around the mill and watch the miller and apprentice miller at work; they are also happy to provide you with information and answer any questions. The small shop is stocked with a few souvenirs, including bags... More
after finally finding this mill it was interesting to see this piece of history in the centre of a city. As a free attraction ( donations if you like) it is good to see that not every thing is high tech. The mill still grinds corn for farms in local counties for a fee and you can get fresh ground... More
A superbly restored working windmill producing flour which can be bought in the shop. Set in pleasant surroundings and with a small hands-on science activity centre based on the maths and physics of George Green. Great for youngsters and for the older generation too.
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