We were doing a short hike around Risby Park and Skidby village and passed this mill on our walk and decided to visit. It has toilets, cafe, a museum and the mill itself. As it was Monday the cafe wasn't open but the mill and museum is delightful. It is a four-sailed tower mill and was built in 1821. As well as the mill there is the East Riding Museum of rural life which is very informative about the mill and its workings and rural life in the Yorkshire Wolds in years gone by. The member of staff is passionate about the mill and is a mine of information. It is well worth a visit if you are in the area.
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