North Leverton Windmill

North Leverton Windmill
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A unique windmill that has never stopped milling.

Set in beautiful rolling countryside, the windmill grinds flour and animal feeds regularly.

Built in 1813 by a group of local farmers, North Leverton Windmill is almost 200 years old.

A focal point for the local community hosting events and family fun days.

Free admission and guided tour, donations welcome. Wheelchair access to museum, toilets and ground floor of the windmill.

A variety of stoneground flours, animal feeds and souvenirs for sale in the mill shop.

Venue Type:

Museum, Industrial heritage site

Opening hours

The windmill is open every Saturday throughout the year.
October-March 10am-3pm
April-September 10am-5pm

We will open the windmill at other reasonable times by appointment. We welcome group visits e.g. schools, W.I. scouts and young farmers etc. Please contact us to arrange a group visit.

There is ample free parking, with hard standing for motorcycles.

Admission charges

Admission is FREE, donations towards the upkeep of the mill are welcomed. There is a small fee for group visits, please contact us for details.

North Leverton Windmill
Mill Lane
North Leverton with Habblesthorpe
DN22 0BA

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01427 880254

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