The windmill dressed to mark the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton
Lacey Green windmill in 1970
Lacey Green Windmill in 1910
Flour boxes in the centre of this floor
Lacey Green Windmill
The Great Spur Wheel in the centre, with two stone nuts (small cog wheels).

Lacey Green Windmill

Lacey Green Windmill is at the north end of the village of Lacey Green, 2 miles south of Princes Risborough in Bucks.


Since 1971 the windmill has been restored back to working order by members of The Chiltern Society. The 1970 picture to the left shows the sad condition it had reached.  It has been restored to preserve its unique wooden machinery, which probably dates from around 1650, making this the oldest smock windmill in the country. 

Parking for visitors to Lacey Green Windmill is in Pink Road as there is no access for visitors' cars. Visitors should also be aware that we have no catering facilities at the windmill. 

The admission charges are £2.00 per adult, and £1.00 per child (aged 5 to 15). All revenue goes towards upkeep of the windmill.

Please visit the Lacey Green Windmill Website.



Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015