Published: 10 September 2009 Modified: 08 October 2010
The Middenmolen Windmill is part of the Molendriegang (Windmill three-course). In 1672 this two other windmills were built to drain the Nieuwe Driemans Polder. Since 1958 the mills are in the possession of the province South Holland.
This mill is still in working condition and is made to turn and grind once a month on a Saturday.
- the mill is not open to visitors except on National Mill Day (the second weekend in May)
- built in 1672
- powered by wind
- type: ground-sailer
- purpose: drainage
Address & contact
2266 GE Leidschendam