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Bembridge Windmill

High Street
Isle of Wight
PO35 5SQ

Built around 1700, Bembridge Windmill is the only surviving windmill on the island and has much of its original machinery intact.

It was last used in 1913 and the stone-built tower with its wooden cap and machinery has been restored and visitors can explore its four floors.

See how the mill once operated with the help of the working model.

The mill also provided breathtaking views across glorious, unspoilt countryside.

General Information:

  • Small kiosk selling hot and cold drinks and ice-cream

  • All school groups are conducted by NT guide - special charge applies

  • Visitors with disabilities please contact property in advance
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    From Sandown follow B3395 to Bembridge. Turn left following brown signs. Layby on the left.

    Bembridge Windmill Postcode for SatNav: PO35 5SQ


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