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Green's Mill and Science Centre

Windmill Lane

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01159 15 6878 greensmill (at) nottinghamcity (dot) gov (dot) uk

Built in 1807 and home to famous mathematician George Green, the mill is still producing organic, award winning flour whenever the wind allows. Discover the contribution George Green made to the science of today and how flour is produced by the power of the wind.

The science centre has hands on exhibits for children to enjoy while the adults can read about the 200 year history of this iconic mill. Activities and special events are held throughout the year, baking and craft for the kids and tours can be pre-booked for groups and schools. The site is mainly staffed by volunteers who kindly give up their time to keep this Nottingham landmark standing proudly on our skyline.

Facilities: Disabled access is via Belvoir Hill into the mill yard.

Opening Times: 10am - 4pm Wednesday - Sunday

Costs: Free Admission

Photo Credits: © Copyright Green's Mill

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