This mill is a newly build copy on a scenic site. The nice thing is that volunteers keep it running.
I read about this attraction on Tripadivor when I was preparing my trip to Leiden. Well, it’s worth to pay a visit tot his small attraction but keep in mind that it is only opened on Saturdays and a few festival days. We enjoyed watching the mill on a sunny day at one of the seats near the mill. Nearby... More
If you are from the Netherlands or have been in the country long, windmills are no longer that exciting - but this little guy is so quaint and to get here you stroll along a really gorgeous part of town. Well worth the walk...the site itself is not overly exciting.
The 25 on the outside of the building is how many years ago this replica wooden cornmill was built - the original mill dated to 1619. The steep steps up to the grinding room give insight into a long ago way of life, but we were there too early to see it in action. It is right next to a... More
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