BALLYCOPELAND WINDMILL

Restored to full working order, this late-18th century corn mill, for flour and animal feed, with its miller's house and associated buildings gives a unique insight into a lost industry. The McGilton family worked the windmill until the 1914-18 War; thankfully they saved the windmill and gave it to EHS so that we can enjoy it today.
The Millers house is also open with its impressive kitchen and fireplace containing a unique double flue. The outbuildings now serve as visitor centre with displays, models and audio-visual theatre.
Access & Booking
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am - 6pm Sunday 2pm - 6pm Closed Mondays
In special circumstances Ballycopeland Windmill may be opened on request outside of these hours. Please contact the numbers below to discuss your requirements.
This is a group of traditional buildings, on a sloping site with changes of level, stone-paved paths and cobbles.

TEL: 02890 546754 Email ehsinfo@doeni.gov.uk
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