Il mulino a vento di Green (Green's Windmill) è situato a Nottingham, in Inghilterra. Originario del XIX secolo, il mulino è stato restaurato recentemente. Il suo nome deriva dalla famiglia Green che lo gestiva: a costruirlo George Green, padre omonimo del matematico e fisico inglese George Green, a cui il mulino diede i natali. Dopo 120 anni di disuso, il mulino fu riaperto il 2 dicembre 1986 e fa tuttora parte del centro scientifico, aperto al pubblico.
An oasis of calm in the city. Free 2 hours car parking makes this a great place for families or even just to come by yourself and chill out on a nice day with a coffee from the shop. They sell all kinds of flour. Highly recommended.
This place is fantastic to take children to in order for them to learn about milling and science! The staff here are really knowledgeable and helpful. The fact that this place is so close to the centre of the city is fantastic as it means that it is really easy to get to by public transport. This is important as there is scant parking. I really hope this place continues to operate as it is a really important feather in Nottingham's cap!
Great place to see a bit of local history, kids love climbing the windmill. The miller when we visited was miserable and not very informative.... Previous visits the staff are very good.
This is a very good place to take younger children. There's a small science centre alongside the working windmill. You can also buy some of the flour to take home and bake tasty treats! But there isn't that much parking, so it's probably best to visit using public transport if you can.
Had a geat time here. Visitor centre is fun for kids. Worth checking online when the windmill tour is running so you can have a look round.
Very interesting working mill and mini science museum. We'll worth the visit and dedicated car park is quite large. Like park and grass areas surrounding the mill. Interesting history and family story.
Despite everything here being a bit tired and old the science centre is still interesting for little ones, my 7 year old loved it! The park here is also needing some tlc but can fill half an hour. My daughter especially liked seeing the mill working.
Green's Windmill is definitely one of the most beautiful and enchanting places of Nottingham! Showing us a sneak peak of old times, this is a very well conserved place, congratulations to the volunteers who take care of it!!
We held our 4 year old's party here after another venue let us down last minute. The team did a fantastic job and everyone enjoyed themselves with pizza making, fun in the interactive area and a tour up the windmill. Would definitely recommend for parties. Thank you to everyone for letting us have our party there and sorting everything out with very little notice. We also spied the play park on the way out so will be back in the summer to try that out too.
I wish I'd read up a little more / applied some logic on my part. I brought my little girl who isn't confident with stairs, let alone a very steep stair ladder type thing in the windmill itself. This is my fault. She loved watching the windmill sales go round and the science centre was great. We had lots of interesting talk about magnets.
Very friendly staff. Just a nice place to visit if you happen to be nearby. There is much for young children to do and a lot for adults to learn about. It is an interesting place and make sure you buy their flour that is made on site.
Excellent. My 4yr old said it is awesome. Can't get a better recommendation than that. Then we went to the playground and he had me racing him on the slides
Perfect spot to spend those pleasant summer evenings. . Almost with no one most of the times, even if there are people around you'll not fell it's crowded. There is a small museum/science centre which exhibits George green's works. And the windmill is still functioning and they also sell organic flour ground by it.
A very nice place and very interesting its a good job these places keep going on donations and generous volunteers