Uldum Mill Museum (Uldum Mølle)

See, feel and sense the living cultural history in a beautiful old mill from 1895. See for yourself how the flour was produced and learn more about the noble craftmanship that has characterised the area for centuries.

Experience a demonstration mill and mill museum from 1895 that still produces and sells large quantities of organic flour. The windmill is the biggest gallery mill in Denmark. See the three grinder mills where the production takes place and walk onto the gallery and see the 23-metre-long wings up close.

Inside the mill you can experience a culture-historical exhibition about the nearby marshlands Uldum Kær where Denmark’s only river Gudenåen passes through. A part of the exhibition tells the tale of a 10-11-year-old bog body from the Iron Age around 100 B.C. The bog body was found in Uldum Kær in 1877 and named Uldumpigen (the Uldum Girl).

The mill store sells local products such as organic flour, boiled sweets, honey, mustard, mead and more.
The production of organic flour at Uldum Mill includes regular wheat flour, Øland wheat, spelt, graham, durum and rye flour. The products are sold as wholegrain, wholemeal, milled grain and milled oatmeal.
The cosy outdoor facilities near the mill includes a playground and a covered seating area. There is room for 15 people under the roof and you can eat your packed lunch here. There is a disabled toilet in the museum.

Opening hours summer
Period first Saturday in May to last weekday in September
Tuesday at 10 am - 4 pm
Wednesday at 10 am - 4 pm
Thursday at 10 am - 5 pm
Friday at 10 am - 1 pm
Saturday at 2.00 - 5.00 pm
Sunday at 2.00 - 5.00 pm

Opening hours winter
Period October to April
Tuesday at 10 am - 4 pm
Thursday at 10 am - 5 pm

Within and outside opening hours you can book guided tours. The passionate guide will tell old tales and myths from the mill and the marshlands. The guided tours are available in Danish, English and German and will be tailored to the audience. 
In connection to the guided tours you can book the heated hall where bread and coffee will be served. The room can seat 54 people.