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Bursledon Windmill

Visit this restored 'tower' mill and discover how the windmill works.

Bursledon Windmill

Explore the other buildings on the site: Chineham Barn, rescued from demolition, houses the ticket office and other visitor facilities. Hiltingbury granary, stores the grain. The pond, to water the farmers horses, has been re-dug in its original location.

The Windmill Visit

The final stages of major restoration work to Bursledon Windmill are complete.

We reopened on 30 November to celebrate the windmill’s 200th anniversary. The repair work took two years and included the production and installation of a new windshaft and replacement sails. New interpretation in the barn and outside helps to bring the site to life.

Nature at the Windmill

The pond contains a large variety of animal and insect life, you can also take a short walk around Windmill wood next door. It is a young woodland habitat supporting a wide range of wildlife including woodpeckers.

See the film of the windmill grinding flour on a windy day, explaining how the machinery of the mill works.

Try grinding flour by hand in the barn using the ancient saddle quern or the medieval rotary quern

Join us for event days – please note that on event days we will be offering different activities to those listed above.

Booked Group Windmill Visits (including schools), as described above can be made for most weekdays subject to availability.

 

Bursledon Windmill

Windmill Lane
Bursledon, Southampton, SO31 8BG

General enquiries
023 8040 4999

Closed Sunday 28 December 2014 (open for a public event Friday 2 January 2015)

Normal Opening Hours

  • Sunday 10am–4pm

Admission

Including Gift Aid

  • Adults £5
  • Concessions £4
  • Children £3
  • Family £12
  • Under 2s – FREE

Without Gift Aid

  • Adults £4.55
  • Family £11

Pre-booked school and other parties phone for details

Access

  • Free car park on site
  • One toilet
  • Access to upper floors of windmill unsuitable for wheelchairs
  • Dogs Welcome on site

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