Kendallville, Indiana: Mid-America Windmill MuseumOver 50 historic windmills. A real eye-catcher on a breezy day.
- 732 S. Allen Chapel Rd, Kendallville, IN
- East of town. I-69 exit 134. West on US Hwy 6 for nine miles. Left onto E. Dowling St., then quick left onto 1000 E./Allen Chapel Rd. One mile, on the right.
- April-Nov: T-F 10 am - 4 pm, Sa 10am - 5 pm, Su 1-4 pm. (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About Mid-America Windmill Museum
We visited my husband's hometown last year and his mother took us to see the Mid-America Windmill Museum. It was interesting and still in process of adding more windmills. There was quite a variety. A quaint mid-west attraction.
It has a short movie of the windmill history before touring and a gift shop. There was also a wedding event planned there for later that day.[Janice Wood, 07/09/2006]
There are currently over 50 windmills in the collection, many displayed outdoors along a farm path.
The nation's only windmill museum. The Mid-America Windmill Museum has about a dozen windmills, including one built just this summer using blueprints provided by Colonial Williamsburg and 350-year-old techniques. Phone: 219-347-2334.[Liz Joss, 11/05/2000]
Check out Russ Baker's Mid-America Windmill Museum. These are the old water pumping farm windmills. Allen-Chapel Road in Noble County(4 miles east of Ind. 3).[Paul J. Galanti, 06/13/1998]