Green’s Windmill and Science Centre
Greens Mill Science Centre, Windmill Lane, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 4QB
Join us for a special exhibition to celebrate Heritage Open Days. Learn more about famous mathematician George Green, view photos of the mill’s restoration and read the many press cuttings.
Green’s Windmill is a restored and working 19th Century tower mill, once home to mathematical physicist George Green. For Heritage Open Days we’ll be running a special exhibition about the history of the mill using excerpts from our extensive archive. In the adjacent science centre discover the remarkable story of Green and experiment with the things that fascinated him, such as light, electricity and magnetism. After your visit explore the award winning community garden, much like a typical garden from Green’s day. There’s something for all the family!
Friday 10 September: 1000-1600
Saturday 11 September: 1000-1600
Sunday 12 September: 1000-1600
Monday 13 September: CLOSED
Tuesday 14 September: CLOSED
Wednesday 15 September: 1000-1600
Thursday 16 September: 1000-1600
Friday 17 September: 1000-1600
Saturday 18 September: 1000-1600
Sunday 19 September: 1000-1600
No booking required
With the exception of the upper floors of the mill everything is at ground level, including the exhibition.
This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.
Max 100 people per tour/session. 90 minutes
Green's Windmill is 1.5 miles east of Nottingham City Centre. Follow the brown signs for directions. Free car parking can be found on Windmill Lane. Disabled parking can be found in the mill yard, access is via Belvoir Hill. Alternatively, we are on the bus route of Nottingham City Transport Red Line 43, or a 20 minute walk from the City Centre.
Green's Windmill Trust
Date last modified: 1st August 2021 at 09:32