Friends of

Upminster Windmill

 Visitor information

**CLOSED**

 

The Mill is closed for restoration. The work is due for completion in late 2019 which will enable full public opening from April 2020.

 

In the meantime, the new visitor centre is open on selected weekends. Watch for notices on our home page. 

 

By car

 

Entrance to the Mill is on the A124 (89 St. Mary's Lane, Upminster, RM14 2QL), 200 yards west of the traffic lights in Upminster town centre.

 

There is no parking on site. There is a public car park at the New Windmill Hall (RM14 2QH) which is almost opposite.

By bus

 

The 248 and 370 buses both pass the entrance to the windmill.

By train

 

Both Upminster (C2C & District line) and Upminster Bridge stations are a short walk from the windmill. 

 

Entrance to the Mill is on St. Mary's Lane, 200 yards west of the traffic lights in Upminster town centre.

Accessibility 

 

Our new visitor centre is fully accessible internally but car access to the front door is not possible while the restoration is underway. Please email admin@upminsterwindmill.org to discuss your visit.

 

Once open, the mill will be accessible by car to the front door, though access above the ground floor is by means of steep stairways only. More information will be provided on completion of the site work.

School visits

 

Although the Mill is closed for restoration, the visitor centre is open for pre-arranged school visits. Enquires should be sent to education@upminsterwindmill.org

Getting here

Individuals & families 

 

Full information about visits for families and individuals will be displayed in advance of the Mill reopening in April 2020.

Talks about the mill

 

The Friends of Upminster Windmill are happy to give talks about the Mill and its restoration to external groups at their own locations.

Enquiries should be sent to group@upminsterwindmill.org 

 

Upminster Windmill is managed on behalf of the London Borough of Havering by The Friends of Upminster Windmill. Registered Charity 1162180

 

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