The visitor center features exhibits about the history of Dutch settlement in the Fox River Valley and Northeast Wisconsin. The Little Chute Historical Society also maintains a historical archive and genealogy workspace in the facility.

The windmill is an authentic, fully functioning 1850s design from the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands and is over 100 feet tall. It was designed and built in the Netherlands, by 4th generation Millwright, Lucas Verbij, disassembled, shipped to Little Chute and reassembled.

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Please consider a tax-deductible donation to support maintenance, operations, exhibits and educational programs for all the windmill visitors. Admission charges only cover a fraction of the operating costs.


If you are unable to donate, please consider volunteering at the windmill. We are always in need of volunteers to perform a range of functions including millers, tour guides and host/hostesses.

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April 1 - October 31

  • Tuesday - Saturday: 10am-4pm
  • (Last tour of the day is at 3:30pm)

November 1 - March 31

  • Open by Appointment Only


Walk-up Admissions

  • Adults: $6
  • Children (4yo+): $4
  • Admission to the upper floor only available during a scheduled tour on a first come first served basis.

Appointment Admissions

  • Adults: $6
  • Children (4yo+): $4
  • There is a minimum $50 charge for any appointment admissions.

Field Trip Admissions

  • All Ages: $4
  • There is a minimum $50 charge for any appointment admissions.


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Little Chute Historical Society

A member of the Wisconsin Conference on Local History (WCLH), a branch of the Wisconsin Historical Society that is dedicated to assisting the efforts of local historical societies around the state. Membership is open to anyone interested in helping to achieve the Society goals.

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