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Moulton Windmill

13 High St., Moulton, Spalding PE12 6QB, UK

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About Moulton Windmill

Moulton Mill is the tallest windmill in the country, standing nine stories high and reaching exactly 80 feet to the curb and 100 feet to the top of its cap. The nine-storeyed mill is 80 ft to the curb and 100 ft to the top of the ogee cap. In full working order again with its four patent sails on, Moulton mill is the tallest working windmill in Great Britain and one of the tallest worldwide.



Attractions near Moulton Windmill

Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens6.06km from Moulton Windmill

Ayscoughfee Hall is a grade I listed building and modest associated parkland in central Spalding, Lincolnshire, England, and is a landmark on the fen tour. The house, currently a museum, was built for a local wool merchant, traditionally supposed to be Richard Ailwyn in the fifteenth century. The house is substantially unchanged from that period, and would be recognisable to a visitor from the fifteenth century.

Gordon Boswell Romany Museum6.13km from Moulton Windmill

The Gordon Boswell Romany Museum is a unique museum and is the life's work of Gordon Boswell, a Romany gypsy, who created it to preserve and honor Romany history and traditions. This is the largest collection of Romany Vardos in the world and is the largest museum of Romany history. Old photos and sketches go back over 150 years. The museum also operates a number of non-Romany vehicles, including a horse-drawn hearse.

Crowland Abbey15.2km from Moulton Windmill

Crowland Abbey, is a place of prayer and worship in the town of Crowland, Lincolnshire. It was founded in memory of St. Guthlac early in the eighth century by Ethelbald, King of Mercia, but was entirely destroyed and the community slaughtered by the Danes in 866. Crowland is well known to historians as the probable home of the Croyland Chronicle of Pseudo-Ingulf, begun by one of its monks and continued by several other hands.

RSPB Frampton Marsh15.79km from Moulton Windmill

Frampton Marsh is a nature reserve in Lincolnshire, England. The reserve is situated on the coast of The Wash, some 4 miles from the town of Boston. Frampton Marsh provides close views of the abundant birdlife of The Wash, one of Europe's most special places for wildlife. Avocets, redshanks, skylarks, and whimbrels can all be seen in summer, with thousands of ducks gathering on the freshwater scrapes in winter.

Pilgrim Fathers Memorial17km from Moulton Windmill

Pilgrim Fathers Memorial was built in 1957, is just outside Boston at Fishtoft.  It marks the area of Scotia Creek where, in 1607, a group of puritans, who were later to be known as the Pilgrim Fathers, attempting to flee to Holland were arrested and handed over to the authorities. It commemorates the attempt at finding religious freedom in September, 1607 by the Scrooby Congregation, a group of English Separatist Protestants who left for Holland. They were precursors of the Pilgrims who later c

Boston Guildhall19.95km from Moulton Windmill

Boston Guildhall is a magnificent building that is wonderfully preserved with a wealth of original features. It was built in the 1390s by the Guild of St Mary, a collection of the wealthiest and most prominent members of Boston society. Works of art include a portrait, painted by Thomas Phillips, of Sir Joseph Banks, recorder of Boston in 1813, who sailed with Captain James Cook aboard the Endeavour on the first great voyage to discover Australia. The guildhall also holds a copy of Foxe's Book o

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Lincolnshire is a county in the East Midlands of England.  The majority of tourism in Lincolnshire relies on the coastal resorts and towns to the east of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The county has some of the best-known seaside resorts in the United Kingdom, which are a major attraction to visitors from across England, especially the East Midlands and parts of Yorkshire.