Burwell museum and windmill

Burwell museum and windmill


Grade II* listed tower mill built around 1820 for local miller Oliver Carter. For around 100 years the mill ground flour for local farmers and villagers. Flour production ceased during the First World War, and the mill was then used to grind cereals and pulses for animal feed. It then fell into disrepair before a major restoration programme that saw the mill reopen in 2014.


Town/city: CAMBRIDGE
Postcode: CB25 0HL
Geocode: @52.273118, 0.329938 Open in Map


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Opening Times:

Easter to end October, Thursdays and Sunday. Mill tours on most Sundays.

You can climb four floors to the top of the mill, learn about milling and windpower, grind flour, follow the trail, and try out the millers’ costumes, junior hard hats and tool belts…

See website for details.

National Mills Weekend opening times:

Saturday and Sunday 11am - 4pm (last admission for a mill tour 3pm). There are no charges to visit the mill. 

News & Events:

Free entry to Stevens' Mill and the museum all National Mills Weekend. Tour Burwell’s only remaining windmill, meet the mill team and find out more about the history of our mill through photographs. At the museum, enjoy stalls, live music and home-made cake.

See website for details.


Additional Information:

Tel: 01638 605544 / museum@burwellmuseum.org.uk