Bembridge Windmill

Bembridge Windmill with pink sunrise behind

Important notice -

We're open Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday and you don't need to book your visit in advance. However, be prepared to wait at busy times as we are limiting numbers in the windmill to aid social distancing.

The only surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight

Bembridge Windmill

What's on

Upcoming events

Sorry, there are no upcoming events at this place.

Visiting Bembridge Windmill: What you need to know

We’re delighted to be able to welcome you back. There may be some changes to your visit as the pandemic has affected the way we’re able to do things. Opening times and days may be affected, along with the way you experience the place. Please read this article carefully so that you know what to expect before booking your visit.

Bembridge Windmill

Our work

Crane and cherry picker placing new stocks and sweeps on Bembridge Windmill

Replacing Bembridge Windmill's sweeps 

After two years, lots of local fundraising and a lifeline grant from the government, the sweeps have finally returned to Bembridge Windmill.

Bembridge Windmill

History

Bembridge Windmill in the 1890s

Built around 1700 

The last surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight, Bembridge Mill was given to the National Trust in 1961 and was even featured in a watercolour by artist JMW Turner as well as serving its community.

Bembridge Windmill

Places to stay

Bembridge Windmill

Get involved

Aerial viewof the Needles Headland, Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Association 

Find out more about how you can join the Isle of Wight Association, and support the work of the National Trust.

Bembridge Windmill

Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Bembridge Windmill on the National Trust Collections website