There's lots to do at Green's Windmill.
See how flour is made, climb the mill, experiment like a scientist, visit our shop and book our educational sessions.

See how Green's Windmill Works

See how the windmill works

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

Green's Windmill Science Centre

Explore the science centre

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

Flour in the Green's Windmill Shop

Visit the windmill shop

Buy our award winning organic flour or a Green's Windmill gift in the museum shop.

Green's Windmill Community Garden

Our community garden

See our lovely vegetable and flower beds, wildlife pond, victorian glasshouse and stone oven.

School sessions at Green's Windmill

School sessions

Curriculum based, facilitated sessions for school pupils aged between nursery and KS1

Plan your visit to Green's Windmill and Science Centre

Opening times

Wednesday to Sunday, 10am - 4pm each day.
No need to book.

Admission fees
Admission to the mill and museum is FREE.

Information for disabled visitors

All of the centre and the ground floor of the windmill are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs, as are the toilets. Visitors with restricted mobility can avoid the short flight of steps from the car park to the windmill by calling in advance to arrange parking in the mill yard.

Group visits
For information and booking of group visits to Greens Windmill please contact us.

Organised events
See our 'Events' page for details of upcoming events.

How to get here
Green's Windmill is in Sneinton, about 1¼ miles east of Nottingham City Centre. Get directions.

Our events

Come along to one of our fun events