Outwood Post Mill on Outwood Common, Surrey is the oldest working Post Mill in Britain.
Outwood Mill has stood on the Common at Outwood for over 340 years. This incredible Mill at Outwood was built just one year before the great fire of London.
Outwood Mill was built in 1665 by Thomas Budgen. Outwood Mill was working as mill right up until 1996. She can still mill corn if required. The Mill at Outwood is open to the public (see opening times) and offers an incredible insight back to an incredible period of English History.
Outwood Mill is a great place to for schools to visit and we welcome all groups such as Guides, Scouts, Clubs, Charities and any group who wishes to book Outwood Mill. Also Outwood Mill is also a fabulous place for wedding photographs and for Photography Clubs alike.
Come along to Outwood Mill and enjoy the thrill of seeing and exploring a real working windmill. Great fun for all the family (and kids get in for free!)