Skidby Windmill Group Visits at Skidby Windmill & East Riding Rural Life
A four-sailed tower mill built in 1821 by Norman and Smithson of Hull. The adjacent warehouses form the Museum of East Riding Rural Life, with displays illustrating the agricultural and rural history of the area.
The mill has an Education Room, which is also available for hire for meetings. School visits are welcomed, and a Teachers' Pack and other resources are available.
Coach park: Coach parking in Mill Road opposite Mill entrance.
Drop off: Coaches can drop off at Mill entrance.
Visit hrs: 1
Accredited museum, museums, libraries and archives council.
Opening Times: Open daily from 10:00 until 17:00. Last Admission is at 16:15.
Group prices are available, please contact for more details.
Map reference: TA 021334 Lat: 53.78692 Long: -0.45176
By Road: Skidby Mill is located at Skidby, Cottingham, HU16 5TF, four miles south of Beverley. Follow the brown signs off the A164. From the A164 turn towards Skidby at the roundabout, then turn left off Main Street before entering the village itself. The mill is about half a mile down here on the right.
Free car parking is available 100m from the Mill. Vehicles are excluded from the courtyard itself for health and safety reasons.
By Public Transport: Taxis available at station. Buses between Skidby and Cottingham are infrequent. If walking, leave station turn right, then right at traffic lights, then left at mini-roundaobut, right at next mini-roundabout.