See how the windmill works

See the amazing inner workings of the windmill over four floors, including the grain cleaner and grindstones and learn about how our miller uses the windmill to turn grain into our award winning organic flour.

Climb to the top of the mill tower and take in the views far over Nottingham.

For schools we provide engaging and memorable curriculum based, facilitated sessions.

A windmill sail and views over Nottingham
Visitors looking at information inside the windmill
The inner workings of the mill and steps to the next level
Children looking into flour bags inside the windmill
The inner workings of the mill where the flour is ground

A Journey Through Time

The History of Green's Windmill

Originally built in the early 19th century, Green’s Windmill has is a notable landmark in Nottingham. After falling into disrepair, it was meticulously restored in the 1980s to its former glory and now operates as both a working windmill and a museum dedicated to the science of milling and the life of its original owner, scientist George Green. Today, visitors can explore the mill, learn about traditional milling techniques, and even purchase flour milled on-site.

Children on a platform looking down inside Green's Windmill

More things to do at Green’s Mill

Entry is free to the Mill and Museum!
Climb the windmill to see amazing views of Nottingham.
Experiment like a scientist, see our community garden and visit our shop.

Green's Windmill on a clear day with blue sky above and greenery in the foreground

Check out our year round events

We have lots of events happening all year round at Green’s Windmill.
Baking and fun activities during school holidays, science workshops and history walks as well as our seasonal fayres and more.