Quainton Windmill

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  • Address: Quainton, Aylesbury HP22 4AR, UK, HP22 4AR, United Kingdom
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Details
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Windmill, Social, Arts, Museums

Dominating the skyline of Quainton from all parts of the village, the 70 ft. high Quainton Windmill can simply make your crafts better on your historical sojourn. Located as a great historical landmark in Quainton, England, still, in the process of restoration, this six-story brick tower windmill was built in the 1830s only to go through a series of social turmoil later on. Only after about 50 years of operation, the mill came to be nearly derelict. If you come for a visit, this mill is open on Sundays between 10 and 12.30 between March and October. One of the most visible buildings in the village, the Quainton Windmill is now making to the list of global visitors.

How to Reach Quainton Windmill

  • Bus 16 to stop : Upper Street
  • Buses 16 to stop : The Green
  • Buses 16 to stop : Winwood Cottages

  • Quainton Windmill Address: Quainton, Aylesbury HP22 4AR, UK, HP22 4AR, United Kingdom
  • Quainton Windmill Timing: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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  • Website: http://www.quaintonwindmill.org.uk
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Quainton Windmill Reviews & Ratings

  • This historic windmill has been brilliantly restored by a great group of people who make up the Windmill has society. It is now a picture fully restored with its sail at the top of the Green. Hope to get back. On a Sunday soon when she is is in full working splendour. Looks better now than when I was a child in the village!! 😊

  • Beautiful public footpaths within the Quainton hills. Great views of the Vale of Aylesbury.

  • Beautiful windmill. Loving restored

  • Nice day at work

  • This is a wonderful mill to visit, currently the sails are being replace and they hope that the rennovations will be done by mid 2019. Oak beams have been imported and replaced, the interior can be seen and tours taken to the very top. Original tools are still on display.This mill has been owned by the family for generations and I was truly delighted to meet both grandfather and grandson last week on my visit. The mill is delightful, go up to the top and delight in the views of the countryside.hen you have finished pop into the George and Dragon for some wonderful food...all home made.

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