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All reviews cape cod minute stop grind corn working condition lovely park answered all of our questions present location quick visit kids run history lesson park like setting donation box original location nice spot worth a quick stop across the street oldest
Our group stopped here to learn a little bit and because I can remember seeing windmills on Cape Cod when I was visiting as s child. We have 7 in our group ages 9-72 and I think everyone learned many things. My son pointed out...More
Here’s how they ground corn in the 1640s. This is a nice stop. Interpreters explain the history and answer any questions,
helping visitors get a sense of the area, the history and early American machines.
This is a nice quick diversion less than half a mile from the Cape Cod Rail Trail, so is a pleasant picnic spot for bikers. The mill itself contains some historical photos and background, and the person manning the booth had more information to share.
We drove by this windmill as we hopped around the beaches in the area. We eventually decided to stop around sunset to take a break and enjoy a little look back in time. There is a nice large grassy area in front of the windmill...More
So after passing this for many years I finally stopped. It is actually a very nice spot, right there on Route 6. It is a fairly large green space perfect for relaxing and reading on a perfect summer afternoon. Along the perimeter are a couple dozen...More
Our first trip here we had stopped for a quick photo-op and to let the kids run around in the grass for a bit. Unfortunately, the windmill wasn't open. A few days later, on the way back from Provincetown, we saw the windmill was open...More