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Windmills have a long connection to this area. Greatest concentration of manufacturers of mills at the beginning of the 20th century. They have many to see inside and out. Volunteer on duty on the day of our visit was very well informed and helpful in...More
Got there after closing, but we walked around and got to see some fine windmills. This looks nicely done and taken care of. If you like the subtle differences in this machinery, you should visit.
I only wish there had been a slot or lock-box...More
We went for a drive and stopped in and it was a great museum. Very peaceful, lots of history and lots to learn. The volunteer was full of good info. The old barn by itself was wonderful to see, the beams were hand cut ....More
A collection of 53 windmills on display with a pedestrian covered bridge and Koi (goldfish) pond. Knowledgeable volunteers. Meeting hall for weddings, birthdays, or reunions. Nice and clean. Reasonable priced. A delightful find.
If you like history, local color, and learning how things work, this is a fun, low-key place to visit. This town has a long history with windmills, and the docents are passionate about their windmills. Highly recommended!
This is a great place to view all the old time windmills that were once very popular with farmers. Lots of different types and manufacturers. The volunteer that showed us around was very knowledgeable about the differences in the windmills and their history. Nice place...More
A museum about windmills that most of us have seen, but have never known the history about! Docent takes you through 15/20 min background of windmills, then you watch a 5 min video - then off to see the windmills in action - this is...More