Du Mardi au Dimanche* 09:00 à 12:00- 14:00 à 18:00
550 route d'Eecke 59114 Terdeghem
+33 (0)3 28 48 16 10

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Opening Hours

Morning

Tuesday to Sunday* : 09:00 – 12:00


Après-midi

Tuesday to Sunday* : 14:00 – 18:00


Note: It is not necessary to book your visit if you come with your family or friends (less than 15 people).

*We are closed every last Sunday of the month.

Fees

Guided Tours


*Free for children under 6 years old.

*Preferential rate for groups of more than 20 people:
€5.50 per person for the Mill & Museum guided tour

Come to the Steenmeulen

Address

550 Route d'Eecke
59114 Terdeghem



Vehicules :
Motorway exit 13 of A25 - E42

Stations :
10km from Cassel's station

Facilities

Parking

Easy parking for coaches (easy turnaround) and a large number of vehicles.

Secure bike parking and electric charging inside the property.

Reception area

The reception room with a capacity of 100 people offers all the necessary comfort for professional or private events.

People with reduced mobility

Adapted places, access to the reception room, the museum, adapted sanitary facilities.

Only the visit to the mill is replaced by a more complete visit to the miller's house, which will include an explanation of how the mill works by a guide with video support.

Small-scale catering

An estaminet area has been set up in the reception room and offers a selection of local beverages (beer & apple juice) and more classic drinks.

Vera Markey also makes pancakes with flour from the mill! It is also possible to bring your own picnic or to provide a meal for groups (to order).

Group tours

The Steenmeulen regularly welcomes groups on tourist trips in the Flanders region.

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Educational tours

The Steenmeulen regularly provides visits for school outings and adapts to the national education programme regarding the age and wishes of the teachers.

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À propos

Joseph et Véra Markey vous font visiter avec passion leur héritage du temps passé : un moulin à vent en brique qui tourne et produit encore de la farine & un musée de la vie rurale flamande du début du XXe siècle. Plus qu'une simple visite guidée, c'est un moment de transmission que les propriétaire vous propose !

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