Herdentorswallmühle / Mühle am Wall, Bremen

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  • Julia

    "In the ramparts stands a more than 100 years old mill. In this oasis of peace, you can have excellent breakfast, eating and drinking in the countryside. On the way from the main station to the city center, the view almost inevitably hangs on the mill in the ramparts. Nestled in flowerbeds, the mill invites you to a short detour. The restaurant offers international dishes, complemented by regional and seasonal specialties. The historic mill is also ideal for family celebrations of all kinds. The bar area under the starry sky offers a special atmosphere for 15 people.
    opening hours
    Restaurant:
    April-September daily from 9.30
    October-March Mon-Fri from 12 noon, Sat and Sun from 9.30
    entry
    Mill:
    Adults 2, - €
    Student 1, - €
    Others:
    2-week reservation
    Access
    Tram: 4,6,8
    Bus: 24.25
    Stop: Herdentor "
    Source: bremen-tourismus.de/de/66f8d8ea-f1ae-0d40-d6ce-ac0f6f8183f0

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    • February 21, 2018

  • Julia

    Since about 1815 stood on the Gießhausbastion a windmill, which destroyed a fire in 1832. In 1833, a windmill was built at the same place by mill master builder Berend Erling. Since 1889 she is owned by the city of Bremen. In 1898 and 1950, it was restored after being damaged by fire or warfare. Until 1947, the mill was in operation as a flour mill. In 1998, it was completely renovated according to the specifications of the State Office for the Preservation of Monuments. The wing and the gallery were renewed and the lower two floors were converted into a restaurant.Construction, technology
    The Herdentorswallmühle is a windmill of the type Galerieholländer with five-storey, octagonal base made of clinker bricks. The four Venetian blinds have a diameter of 24 meters and are equipped with speed control valves with airbrakes. The wind direction tracking is done automatically by a wind rose. The mill has three operational stone grinders. To sift the flour is a bag box. Furthermore, the mill is equipped with an elevator, a peeling machine and a wind sweeper.

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    • February 21, 2018

  • Wanderklaus

    Perhaps one of the most photo opportunities in Bremen, the old windmill on the ramparts.

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    • March 11, 2018

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