Visit an Authentic Working Windmill
Over 150 years of Dutch history come to life at the Little Chute Windmill. The area’s tallest tourist attraction (over 100 feet), this tribute to Dutch settlers allows visitors to experience an authentic working windmill, see Dutch artifacts, and explore their Dutch genealogy.
An iconic symbol of Dutch heritage, Little Chute’s authentic fully-functioning Dutch windmill is an actual 1850’s design from the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands. It was built in the Netherlands by 4th -generation Millwright, Lucas Verbij, disassembled, and shipped to Little Chute where it was reassembled at its current location. Perhaps the most historical of our tourist area attractions, the windmill is operated and maintained by The Little Chute Windmill, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to honoring the pioneers whose hard work and devotion built the town of Little Chute.
130 W. Main Street
Little Chute, Wisconsin
General Public Hours (May 1 – October 31, 2021)
Wednesday through Saturday
Open 12pm to 4 pm
Tours scheduled on the hour.
CDC guidelines are in place.
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