A friendly place in "Hauts-de-France", Northern France, where the memory of yesteryearand the tools of the previous century are passed on, a place to visit with your family,on a school trip or on an organised group trip.Find out more
A windmill still in activity
The Steenmeulen runs at least 300 days a year and still produces flour.Find out more
An historical museum
A unique collection of objects and machine tools from daily and agricultural life in the North at the beginning of the 20th century.Find out more
The Steenmeulen is a Dutch-style windmill built in 1864 & a museum of Flemish rural life at the beginning of the 20th century in "Hauts-de-France" region, in French Flanders, 35 minutes from the city of Lille.
Joseph & Véra Markey, a couple of millers, share their heritage with you with passion. The premises are laid out in such a way as to transmit the knowledge of yesteryear with a lot of pedagogy.More information
Some kind words
Visité en août 2020
Super visite le meunier est un vrai passionné comme on en voit rarement! Le moulin est magnifique et parfaitement entretenu et surtout encore en activité.
Visited in August 2020
Our children enjoyed it, very interesting, the owners have the taste to transmit it is very appreciable. Thanks again. We will come back to buy flour 🙂
Bezoek in mei 2020.
Ik heb er veel van genoten. Onze gids is gepassioneerd, dynamisch, ingenieus en fascinerend. Bedankt om ons erfgoed levend te houden.