Muhle Am Wall

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About Muhle Am Wall, Bremen

This windmill and its shuttered sails are so cute you want to punch its face. It’s the last of the eight Bremen windmills from the 17th and 18th centuries. This particular design of windmill is called a smock mill. You can check it out for a very nominal fee, and there’s a restaurant (Kainside. The paths and bright flowery gardens that surround it are a lovely place to walk. You can even spread a blanket on the beautiful grass.

Muhle Am Wall Information

  • Call and check to see if the mill visit timings match the restaurant closing timings.

Muhle Am Wall Tickets Prices

  • Adults €2.00
  • Children €1.00

Muhle Am Wall Opening and Closing Hours

  • Restaurant closed between 2pm and 6pm

How To Get To Muhle Am Wall by Public Transport

  • Tram: 4,6,8 Stop: Herdentor
  • Bus: 24,25 Stop: Herdentor

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Address: Kaffee Mühle Am Wall 212 28195 Bremen Germany

Phone: +49-42114466

Ticket Price: 2 EUR

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:30 am - 10:00 pm Details

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Share your experience - Rate Muhle Am Wall, Bremen

  • Lovely location. Really nice staff and good milk shakes. Would go again for sure!

  • Nice place in amazing windmill but the coffee was awful. I ordered a cappuccino and it had weak foam, the milk was heated more than ideal which made a really bitter and hot cup of cappuccino.

  • Great food nice coffee and beautiful green scenery

  • Beautiful setting and lovely staff

  • Very pretty cafe. I arrived at 12.30 on a Friday afternoon in December. It is well designed, comfortable and welcoming. The waitress was a star. Polite and provided quick service. Once the place was quiter she moved me to the best spot in the café where I could finish my work uninterrupted. I had fish with new potatoes and vegetables, with couple of coffeea and a cake with red berries. Everything was made to perfection. The toilet facilities were spotless. Definitely a place to go for a nice meal or just a cup of coffee. I had some difficulty understanding how to connect to the WiFi (not being able to read the WiFi card in German) but managed to do it in the end.

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