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Windmill Cultural Center

111 10th Ave, Fulton, IL 61252-1777
+1 815-589-4033
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Little Windmills

Fascinating little museum packed with information and miniature windmills. The staff there are very... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Hturtle333
,
Cincinnati
via mobile
Worthwhile

Seven or eight handmade working models of different kinds of windmills are on display. One can see... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
BKCK
,
Peoria, IL
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111 10th Ave, Fulton, IL 61252-1777
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+1 815-589-4033
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Fascinating little museum packed with information and miniature windmills. The staff there are very knowledgeable and enjoy sharing with you!

Thank Hturtle333
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Seven or eight handmade working models of different kinds of windmills are on display. One can see how the gears of the windmill operated the milling. An informative video is available.

Thank BKCK
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Across the street from De Immigrant Windmill is a wonderful place to expand your interest in windmills. The story of how 40+ windmills were built by one man is awesome. A great many are on display with neat graphics at Windmill Cultural Center.

Thank Bee F
Reviewed 18 October 2016

There is a full function Dutch Windmill. Unfortunately, when I went there last week it was broken and it could take few months to fix. A narrator told us before it broke it could grind wheat (or different kinds of grains) into flour. I would...More

Thank Taylor J
Reviewed 26 August 2016

The Windmill Cultural Center is a bright, cheerful and clean building with many hand made windmill models on display. The volunteer staff is knowledgeable and able to answer many questions you may have about the displays. There's a small gift shop area, and a children's...More

Thank sybil k
Reviewed 5 August 2016 via mobile

We were just going to pass through but, we decided to stop and we are so glad we did. The cultural center has a friendly and knowledgeable staff as well as very interesting and detailed models. Must see if your in Fulton Illinois

Thank Meredith A
Reviewed 28 June 2016

There is a lot of interesting educational information at the cultural center. There are numerous model-size windmills that are used for different functions. The guide at the cultural center gives a fantastic explanation. There is other Dutch heritage, gifts, and food items here. This is...More

Thank 4grandtravel4
Reviewed 12 June 2016

We enjoyed visiting this museum and cultural center (stopped here after seeing the nearby Windmill). They have a few working models of European Windmills, food and souvenirs. The volunteers working there are very nice and knowledgeable.

Thank agatha w
Reviewed 27 April 2016 via mobile

We visited the nearby windmill and the cultural center. The people there obviously have a passion for the history of windmills. Nice gift shop with items from the Netherlands and flour ground at the windmill.

Thank Diann C
Reviewed 8 November 2015

Enjoyed looking at all the different models of windmills. Worth checking out. They also have a nice little shop area to buy souvenirs.

Thank Sue R
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