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High Salvington Windmill, Worthing
(4.1/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
High Salvington Windmill is an excellent example of a working post mill dating from 1750-70.

The mill has been extensively restored and was able to restart grinding in 1991. It is open to the public for roughly 14 open days throughout the year, with free timed tours (tickets available at the gate), exhibitions, refreshments, souvenir shop and facilities. Entrance is £1 for adults and free for accompanied minors. Open days are the first and third Sundays of the months April through to September, inclusive.
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  • The windmill is open in the summer months twice a month 1st and 3rd Sundays between April and September) plus a few extra days such as the annual fete. For just £1 for adults (kids free) you can enter...  more »
  • We visited this during the week so unfortunately didn't see it open or working as only open on 1st and 3rd Sunday's of the month. Could only view from the footpath, but still worth the visit. 
  • The weather was against us having a good time but we had a wonderful 2 hours with our grandchildren. They loved the tour of the mill, the stalls and the Morris Dancers. It felt like a taste of old Eng...  more »