Welcome to the Mid-America Windmill Museum!
Our volunteers are excited to share this unique museum with you. Visit to learn the history of wind and wind power, marvel at the wooden and steel engineering creations, and learn (through educational and interactive displays) the
importance of the American water-pumping windmill.
We love to talk about windmills and visitors will experience a museum unlike any other!
The powerful heartbeat of dreams, passion, and work of the windmill enthusiasts and volunteers is felt as guests walk the winding windmill path and listen to the mills sing.
ADA accessible facilities and restrooms
Dog friendly (must be leashed)
Picnic pavilion available
Baker Hall Reception Hall renter available
Tour bus parking available
Guided & Group Tours
Volunteer-led guided tours may be arranged to accommodate any size group or organization, from school groups to senior groups, and even antique car club groups.
We will an arrange a tour based on your specific needs and interests. Contact the museum at 260-347-2334, Sara Hobson at 260-385-9904, or email email@example.com.
Seniors 55+: $6:00
Children 6 and under are free
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If a volunteer-led tour is not your “thing,” the museum provides our guests with another option.
Enjoy a self-guided walking tour of the museum barn and grounds. At no additional charge, a small hand-held device with a pre-recorded script highlighting several displays throughout the museum will enable you to tour at your leisure!
The historic relocated and re-assembled "bank barn" is the heart of the museum. It houses multiple windmills, displays, a historical timeline display, a video theater, and gift shop.
Located at 732 S Allen Chapel Road, Kendallville, Indiana. Entrance is located a short mile south of US 6 in the Crossroads of America.
Wander at your own pace through the outdoor windmill display.
This historic "bank barn", relocated and re-assembled, is the heart of the museum. It houses multiple windmills, displays, a historical timeline display, theater, and gift shop.
Baker Hall is an event venue located at the museum, available for private parties, wedding receptions, and your group's visit to the museum.