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This grade I listed building is the only surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight, and is one of its best known landmarks. Built around 1700, its original machinery is still intact. The windmill has inspired many artists including J. M. W. Turner, with its glorious views across unspoilt countryside to the sea.

Alternative name:

en Bembridge Windmill - National Trust

Bembridge Windmill
High Street
PO35 5SQ Bembridge

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Science & Technology

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Opening hours

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Admission

National Trust pass Valid
Adults £6.00
Children £3.00
Family £15.00

Notes

Group Adult (Minimum group size 15): £5.40
Group Child (Minimum group size 15): £2.70

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Location

High Street, Bembridge, England

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