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The Wimbledon Windmill Museum showcases the history and types of windmills.
The Wimbledon Windmill Museum showcases the history and types of windmills. The centrepiece is the Grade II listed windmill which has been there since 1817. A display on the wall proudly states that Robert Baden Powell, 'Chief Scout of the World', wrote Scouting for Boys on site in 1908.
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