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Cool to go inside

Stop by Windmill green in Eastham during an event such as Hands on the Arts to get a chance to go... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2016
Tammy T
Cape Cod tour with the ladies

Our tour guide told us the history of this windmill and then we took some group photos in front of... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2016
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2500 State Hwy, Eastham, MA
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Reviewed 19 June 2016

Stop by Windmill green in Eastham during an event such as Hands on the Arts to get a chance to go inside and hear about the history. Something a little different from a lighthouse tour.

Thank Tammy T
Reviewed 13 June 2016

Our tour guide told us the history of this windmill and then we took some group photos in front of it.

Thank vendetta61
Reviewed 3 May 2016

There are a few windmills in the area. We stopped about 5 minutes before and the windmill had no arms on it so we stopped at this one which is right off rt6. Very convenient and great to take a couple pics and be back...More

1  Thank 908justinz
Reviewed 20 April 2016

Cool seeing this old school windmill off the highway. It's located in a nice small park. In the summer they have various events here. Definitely stop and check it out and grab a cool photo.

1  Thank Steve H
Reviewed 25 March 2016

This windmill, the oldest on Cape Cod, was built in Plymouth in 1690 and after a couple of moves to Truro and Eastham was finally relocated here in 1808. It is well preserved and cared for and although it was not open for tours on...More

2  Thank capecodken2015
Reviewed 18 October 2015

Listed on the National Historic Register, this windmill is a lovely little photo op in the middle of Eastham. Said to be the oldest windmill on the Cape, built by Eastham resident Thomas Paine in Plymouth in 1680. It was first moved to nearby Truro...More

1  Thank Im_traveling_solo
Reviewed 15 October 2015

This is such a random thing, and we never expected to see a windmill in the middle of this town, but it was interesting and it makes for a good photo op.

Thank Peggy M
Reviewed 15 October 2015

Easily located and seen from the road. Ample parking available. The grounds are well maintained as is this national artifact. If you are a windmill enthusiast or love American History this is worth the visit.

Thank bbbob84
Reviewed 1 October 2015

The Eastham Windmill and Windmill Park mark the traveler's arrival in Eastham. We always look forward to seeing it at the crossroad of Samoset which leads to First Encounter Beach where you can witness the dramatic daily changes in the landscape due to the powerful...More

Thank LucyandMartha S
Reviewed 24 September 2015

Worth a quick little stop. We attended a wedding here, which was unique but it's situated where you can stop and take a peek

Thank amaurer15
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