Fulwell Windmill

What:
Buildings
Where:
Newcastle Road, Fulwell, Sunderland, SR5 1QP

Fulwell Mill is a distinctive Sunderland landmark and the only working windmill in North East England. Built in 1808 from the magnesium limestone from nearby quarries, it has been restored and now features a purpose-built visitor centre that offers a rare glimpse of the workings of a 19th century windmill.

Events and guided tours through the mill's five floors demonstrate the ancient art of corn milling.

Tel 0191 516 9790 / www.fulwell-windmill.com/home/default.asp?id=76

  • Free entry

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