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The only surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight

This little gem is a Grade 1 listed building and one of the island's most iconic images. Built around 1700, it last operated in 1913 but still has most of its original machinery intact.

Climb to the top of the mill then find out how it once worked as you descend its four floors.

Easter Egg Fun

Join us in the hunt for a Cadbury prize

Join us in the hunt for a Cadbury prize

Sunday 20 April 10.30am - 4pm

Join us on the Cadbury Easter Egg Trail to win a Cadbury chocolate Egghead prize.

  • £1.50 per child

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View from Bembridge Fort to Bembridge harbour and windmill (far right) © National Trust/Sue Oldham

View from Bembridge Fort to Bembridge harbour and windmill (far right)

There's more to explore on the Isle of Wight

Make a day, or longer, of it on the Isle of Wight. As well as the windmill, we look after another four places across the island plus many acres of beautiful countryside. With sweeping sandy beaches, great cliff-top views and miles of wonderful walks, the island has lots to offer.
 

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