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A nice little stop filled with scaled miniatures of different types of windmills used throughout history. Guides are very eager to show you the workings and answer any questions. A portion of the building is used for an activity center for school groups and tours...More
Worth the visit. See review of de Immigrant Windmill. Several types of windmill models from different countries. Someone will show you how they work. Several are electrically powered so you can see how they work. Educational as well as you can see where around the...More
A wonderful free exhibit of working scaled windmills that were built by one man in his basement and donated to the center. The volunteers will give you a tour and some of the windmills are working models. The story about the builder of the models...More
We were fortunate enough to be in town when a guest lecturer was speaking about Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn. A very good presentation with the only drawback being the ability to hear the presenter at different points because his mike wasn't working and the...More
While listed as a separate attraction and it is across the street from the windmill, they should be considered as one. They have a great collection of replica windmills from Holland and experienced staff who give guided talks. For sale you will fine lots of...More
An authentic working Dutch windmill with tours and explanations of how the Mill works. the Cultural Center across the street has an awesome collection of handmade working windmills with guides to explain the differences between each one.