Maud Foster Windmill

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Maud Foster Windmill: Climb all 7 floors and see flour being made in the traditional way by wind-power in the finest and one of the tallest windmills in the British Isles.

The sails of the windmill must face into the wind at all times in order to work.

The windmills five sails are attached to the cap - the timber-framed top of the mill.

The fantail turns the cap automatically to face the sails into the wind.

All the milling machinery is contained in the stationary brick tower, which has seven floors.

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How to get here


From Skegness and Grimsby
From the mini roundabout near the Hospital, follow signs to Town Centre. At the next big roundabout go all the way round and back the way you came. Take the first left at the traffic lights.

From Kings Lynn, Spalding and Sleaford
Follow signs in Boston for A52 Skegness. Stay on the A52 after the roundabout at the end of the dual carriageway. Take the first left at the traffic lights.


Opening times:
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM--10:00 AM - 5:00 PM--11:00 AM - 5:00 PM


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Address: Maud Foster Windmill, Willoughby Road, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 9EG, UK
Phone: +44 1205 352188

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