Green’s Windmill & Science Centre

Free entry!

A restored and working 19th century tower windmill, museum and science learning centre in Nottingham.

An aerial view of Green's Windmill, mill yard and science centre

Green’s Windmill & Science Centre

Free entry!

A restored and working 19th century tower windmill, museum and science learning centre in Nottingham.

Two children inside the windmill, looking into bags of flour

Inside the windmill

Learn about how we turn grain into flour and climb all the way to the top of the mill tower to see views of Nottingham.

A view of the inside of the Green's Windmill science centre and its activities

The science centre

Discover the story of George Green and experiment like a scientist with light, electricity and magnetism.

Children attending a school session at Green's Windmill, looking towards the session leader.

School sessions

Book our curriculum based, facilitated educational sessions for school pupils aged between nursery and KS1

Our events & news

Games Days

Games Days

2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th August 2024

Essential work taking place

Repairs and maintenance to Green's Windmill

Green's Windmill without its sails and a rainbow overhead

Due to essential maintenance works required to the windmill the sails have been removed. During this time we continue to welcome all visitors as normal, for school visits, birthday parties etc. We are open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-4pm, entry is FREE.

We will keep you updated as funding and project works progress.

More about us

Green's Windmil Staff and volunteers smiling and holding an award

Get involved and support us

Lots of ways to get involved at Green’s Mill.
Join us by becoming a member, volunteer with us in a range of roles or make a donation.

A view of the top of the windmill in early evening light with blue sky behind

The windmill and George Green

A restored and working 19th century windmill.
About Nottingham mathematical physicist George Green and the windmill that he owned and operated.