It was great that we could look around the windmill at our own pace. On each floor, was a short video so that we could learn about what we were seeing, which was really helpful. I'm terrified of heights so spent much of the time, clinging on to the walls as we got higher and higher, but it was a fantastic experience, standing behind the sails as they went round. The only downside for me was the interpretation centre before you entered the mill. I felt that this could have been more dynamic and informative for adults. There is a lot of history relating to Green in Nottingham and I felt that this could have been explored more. But the windmill itself, was really fun and we even bought some of ten windmills flour to make bread. I highly recommend it. If the car park is full, there is some free on road parking-just check that you are not in a residents permit zone. It is only a 20 minute walk from town or a 5 min bus ride if you get stuck for parking.
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