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 mill to see the various floors and landings and the different mill stones in use, there is a special discovery zone in the museum that has various pieces of equipment for you to enjoy. The one I enjoyed the best was the magnetism assessor - my husband and I tried it and as my magnetic field was higher than his, it proved what I already knew, that I had a magnetic personality. Admission is free and there is car parking. A really enjoyable and interesting visit to one of the few working windmills. For anyone who is interested Nottingham City Council website has more details of this and other attractions in the Nottingham area.
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