Molen De Speelman

The Grain Mill of Overschie!

The mill is closed because of the Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Normally, the mill can be visited at:
Wednesday and Saturday between 10 am and 3 pm

Visit the mill

  • Picture of: Mick Willemsen / Madstudio
  • Picture of: Mick Willemsen / Madstudio
  • Picture of: Paul Breijs

About Molen De Speelman

In Overschie, until 1972, a round stone scaffolding mill “De Hoop” stood on the Delftweg near the Schie. For low-flying aircraft from Zestienhoven airport, this mill was a dangerous obstacle and it was therefore decided to relocate and rebuild the last mill of Overschie, once about 28, on the Overschiese Kleiweg. After the move, it was given the name De Speelman.

Wikipedia & De molendatabase

Become volunteer

Looking for a woman or man who would like to strengthen our team and preserve the craft of miller as an intangible heritage. Het Gilde van Vrijwillige Molenaars has made a textbook and there are pleasant informative meetings.

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Support us

  • As a volunteer at the store, as a tour guide or apprentice miller
  • By purchasing from the store, a gift whether or not after viewing
  • As a sponsor to preserve the last Overschiese mill.
  • Visit us.

 

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Team

All work on the mill is carried out by volunteers who have completed the training to become a voluntary miller or are still learning to do so. The photo shows from left to right Pauline, Ton, Jaap, Gerard and Paul.
Ton has been a miller here for almost 40 years, the others joined later.

 

Visit the mill in park Zestienhoven

News / announcements:

Coronavirus - mill is closed

The mill is indefinitely closed because of the Coronavirus (Covid-19).

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National windmill day Saturday 9 May 2020

There are extra children's activities in and around the mill on the mill days.


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Heritage Days Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 Sep 2020

With free viewings for young and old.

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