Stembridge Tower MillGlastonbury
National Trust
Mill Street
High Ham
Somerset TA10 9DJ

 

Stembridge Tower Mill is the last remaining thatched windmill in England. It dates from 1822 and was in use until 1910.

The mill is situated on an elevated position overlooking the Somerset Levels and close to the small village of High Ham. The property is now in the care of the National Trust. There are limited opening hours and no facilities.

 
Plan Your Trip
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Opening Times & Admission Costs
Open on Mondays including Bank Holiday Mondays.
 
Disabled Access
No
 
Facilities
None
 
Contact & Further Information
Telephone   +44 (0) 1935 823289
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Getting There
The Mill is near the village of High Ham to the south of Glastonbury. Parking is limited.
- By Car
  From Bristol & Bath: Take the A38 (south) from the M5 (south) Junction 23 and then the A372 towards Podimore. Take the road opposite the cemetery in High Ham. The Mill is on the right.
 
  From London via M3: Take exit 8 (restricted junction – exit only to A303). Follow the A303 passing Andover, Amesbury and Wincanton, past Cadbury Castle and as far as Podimore. Follow the signs on the A372 to Low Ham. The Mill is half a mile (805 metres) east of High Ham.
 
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