Green's Mill & Science Centre
Once home of the mathematical physicist, George Green (1793-1841). Since we opened in 1985 thousands of people have enjoyed the opportunity to look around a working windmill, buy some award-winning flour, take part in an activity, get their hands on some fun science, admire the views over the Trent valley and enjoy a cup of coffee in the millyard. If you haven't been up to Green's Mill yet do come and see what we have to offer.
Historic house or home, Science centre
Open: Wednesday to Sunday (+ Bank Holiday Mondays) 10.00am - 4.00pm
Please inquire for Christmas and New Year opening
Closed: Monday, Tuesday
VISITORS WITH RESTRICTED MOBILITY: There is a short flight of steps on the path from the car park to the Mill. If this is a problem you can drive into the millyard via Belvoir Hill. You are advised to telephone us first for advice. All of the Centre and the ground floor of the mill are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs, as are the toilets. You can get leaflets with details of facilities at our museums for visitors with disabilities from Green's Mill or any of the Nottingham Museums.
Industry, Science and Technology, Social History
Key artists and exhibits
- Mathematical physicist, George Green