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.
London, United Kingdom
Nearest Transit: Southfields (Lines: District)
+44 20 8947 28
Wimbledon Windmill Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum(1.4 km)
The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is the largest of its kind in the world, with exhibits dating back to 1555.
Wimbledon Common(0.2 km)
Wimbledon Common, along with the Putney Lower Common and Putney Heath forms the sprawling Wimbledon and Putney Commons area with 460 hectares of woodlands and open grass areas.
Wimbledon Society Museum of Local History(2 km)
The Wimbledon Society Museum of Local History displays artifacts and pictures of local history in Wimbledon over 3000 years till the present day.
Cannizaro Park(1.4 km)
Cannizaro Park in the Wimbledon area is a Grade II listed park comprising 35 acres of landscaped gardens with rare plants and ponds.
Buddhapadipa Temple(1.1 km)
The Buddhadipa Temple was first Buddhist temple in the UK, and houses monks and nuns within the complex.
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