Wimbledon Windmill Museum
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Wimbledon Windmill is a hollow post mill, the rarest type in England. Built in 1817, it only operated until 1864, after which it turned into residential property. Today the windmill has been converted into a museum, where you can learn about all the different types of mills, their functions, and…
Wimbledon Windmill is a Grade II* listed windmill situated on Wimbledon Common in the London Borough of Merton, in the west of South London, and is preserved as a museum.
Small museum detailing the history of the Windmill on the common. Also the place where Lord Baden-Powell wrote part of Scouting For Boys.