Being a registered charity, we are looking for a new Treasurer to manage our financial affairs in line with good practice and in accordance with our governing document and legal requirements. The Treasurer will report to the board of trustees at regular intervals about the financial health of the organisation and will ensure that effective financial measures, controls and procedures are in place, and are appropriate for the charity.


As Treasurer you will use your skills and experience to contribute to our strategic future and act as an ambassador for all aspects of our work.


There is no need to have trustee experience to apply, but a keen desire to support our work is essential. This is a volunteer role.


If you are interested please email: info@wimbledonwindmill.org.uk

It's been a while...

We are delighted to announce that we’ll be reopening to visitors from Saturday 3 July for the summer season with our usual opening hours. A huge thank you to everyone that has supported the Windmill over the past year. We wouldn’t be reopening without your support. Stay tuned for more announcements soon!

In the meantime you can continue to enjoy the virtual tour...

Opening Hours

While it has not been possible for us to open in 2020, our usual opening hours during British Summer Time are as follows:


Saturday: 2pm - 5pm

Sunday:  11am - 5pm

Bank Holiday Mondays:  11am - 5pm

Welcome to the Wimbledon Windmill Museum

The museum has exhibits for both young and old, covering windmills and milling as well as local history and the Scouting movement. Opened in 1976 on the first floor only, the ground floor was still being used as accommodation for the Wimbledon Common Rangers. However a Heritage Lottery Grant enabled the museum to be extended to both floors in 1999.

At least one hour should be allowed to see all the exhibits. Please note - some parts of the museum require climbing a ladder.

Admission is free

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A message from one of our favourite visitors

There is a free car park immediately adjoining with space for 300 cars. The car park will also accommodate coaches for school and group visits. 

By the entrance to the Windmill there is a special toilet facility for wheelchair users. This is opened using a RADAR key: if you do not have one, a key may be obtained from the Ranger’s office around the corner to the right (look for the tall radio mast).

The Windmill is located on Wimbledon and Putney Commons, which comprise approximately 460 hectares or 1140 acres of open land with heath, woodland, streams and ponds. It is not a park and is kept in as natural a state as possible so, while there are many footpaths, cycle paths and horse rides, be aware that there are also bogs, ditches and brambles.


Windmill Tearooms is located on Wimbledon Common in London and specialises in appetising homemade produce.  You are also close to Wimbledon Village with its many shops, restaurants and cafes.

There is also a golf course on part of the Commons, believed to be the longest continually played course in England. The London Scottish Golf Club was officially formed in 1865, golf having been played informally for some time before that date.

Because of the importance of its wildlife, Wimbledon Common is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a European Special Conservation Area.

For more about the Commons see the Information Centre or visit www.wpcc.org.uk