Great Haseley Windmill

Great Haseley Windmill


A tower mill with a fantail and four common sails. One of the largest stone-built tower mills, it is thought to have been built in 1760 and came to the end of its working life in the early 1900s. Fully restored to working order in 2013 after a comprehensive programme of repairs. 


Grid reference:

638 026

Postcode: OX44 7LX
Geocode: @51.71654, -1.07871 Open in Map

Parking in Thame Rd near the public footpath that passes the mill.


Name: John Alexander
Phone: 07836 220704

Opening Times:

Groups by arrangement, between May and September, plus occasional open days.

National Mills Weekend opening times:

Not open.