96 Main Street,
Mon - Fri, 9am - 4pm
Saturday, 9am - 4pm
Sunday, 9am - 4pm
The replica of a 17th century Mill of the Netherlands.
Fully operational and powered by the winds that drift past Foxton.
De Molen is part of the community at Te Awahou Cultural Park and is open for viewing and tours.
Be sure to stop and refresh at Café De Molen.
De Molen on-line store is open and easy to use.
We have a large range of products for sale including groceries, sweets, baking needs and dutch souvenirs.
Stone Ground Flour, milled on site at De Molen, is available for sale also.
Everything is just lekker!
2003, The completion and opening of Foxton's De Molen.
The result of two proud Foxton men, Cor Slobbe and Jan Langen along with a community that dared to dream.
De Molen and Cafe De Molen are administered by a not for profit trust.
"The Foxton Windmill Trust Inc"
--OUR MISSION STATEMENT--
To provide funds for the maintenance & upkeep of our iconic windmill (de Molen)
To attract visitors to Foxton.
To provide local employment.