The only surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight is also one of the Island’s most iconic images, and was even painted by Turner. Built around 1700 and last operated in 1913, it still has most of its original machinery intact.
Steep stairs lead to the very top of the mill and from there you can follow the milling process back down through the four floors.
Just in case exploring the windmill is not enough to keep young children occupied, there are six hidden millers inside for little ones to find including interesting characters Mill.i.am and Milly Metre!
Several footpaths pass the windmill, making it a good place to either start your walk from or to visit as you go by. The kiosk sells hot and cold drinks and ice creams, so it’s also a useful refreshment stop.
Bembridge Windmill prices
You can purchase your entrance tickets through Wightlink at a reduced price when booking your ferry. Simply select a sailing that falls during the attraction’s opening dates and add on your tickets in the Extras menu.
|Ticket type||Ticket price|
|Child (5-17 years)||£2.65|
|Infant (0-3 years)||FREE|
|Family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)||£13.30|
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