The mill can be visited by everyone from the beginning of April to the end of October on Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. In July and August also on Monday and Friday.
The mill can also be visited at other times for groups (eg schools) by appointment. Under the guidance of a guide, an explanation is given about the mill. Please contact us by phone or email.
The entrance is € 3.00 per person, children up to 12 years pay € 1.50.
The mill can also be visited by appointment. Please contact us for this. There is also the possibility to drink a cup of coffee.
Also view our activity calendar for the various activities and different opening hours.
When the mill is open, we also try to run the mill for the ‘prince’ (the blades rotate, but there is no flour production). This is not always possible.
In order for the mill to run, a miller must be present and of course there must be enough wind. Even if the mill is not running, there is always a guide available who can show you around and tell interesting stories about the mill.
Every now and then grinding demonstrations with the mill are also given. You can then see how in the past flour was made from wheat.