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Maud Foster Mill, Boston
(4.4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • Enjoyed looking around this small, working windmill where you can have a close look at the engineering and workings of a mill. The owner was lovely and happy to explain how the mill worked and answer ...  more »
  • Spent over an hour here on a working mill. Very fascinating kids loved it and so did adults. Be careful with the ladders. Only downside was a little expensive for what it was but it's a bit extra inco...  more »
  • The Maud Foster Mill was built in 1819 and the tallest working windmill in the country. The brick tower is 64 feet high and the total height including the cap which holds the sails is 80 feet. There i...  more »
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  • I had the very good luck to have a guided tour by chance yesterday, which was a wonderful experience. The owner painstakingly took me through all the family history and made sure I understood the workings of the mill, which was grinding grain as he spoke. I walked around the balconies and he explained the workings of the sails which were actually canvas bound and need maintenance on them every 5 years. I then bought some scone baking flour in which I shall be using very soon. I was just sorry I arrived camera less. I will end by saying that the owner could not have done more for us, a piece of history, described in great detail for me. I cannot thank you enough for your kindness, Margriet Askew.
  • I love the flour from this mill. When I get the chance to bake this is the stuff I use :)
  • Local produce ie: flour, cream teas and Wind mill