The Windmill Scholten in Rees was built in 1849. It is a tower windmill, a so-called Dutch mill, the wings of which are still today.

The historic windmill can be visited on special occasions, such as Mill Day. Guided tours are also possible by appointment.


Windmill Scholten Rees

Info & Notes :

Built : The mill dates from around 1849. The tower is brick and the mill has a wagon entrance. The wings and compass rose were renewed and the wing barrel is intact, so flour can still be ground today. Wing cross: Ventikanten revolving stern – height of the mill to top of the hood: 17 m – cross diameter: approx. 22 m – ground floor diameter: 6.50 m

Opening times: See Homepage

Specials : Private tours are possible by appointment – see website for more information

Historic mills on the Lower Rhine:

Windmill Scholten Rees

Location : Zur Windmühle 6, 46459 Rees
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This map shows some historic mills in the region of the Lower Rhine, some of these are still working and you can visting.

Historic Mills

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You will find numerous historic building in the region of the Lower Rhine. For example castles, churches, mills and more.

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