125 Shattuck Place
(1/4 mile from the intersection of Main and Cross Streets)
- or -
N 41o 40' 35.263"
W 69o 57' 31.341"
Corona virus/COVID-19 update: Please note that, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Massachusetts has placed restrictions on the way businesses and organizations operate.
The Godfrey Windmill
will be open for tours beginning July 1st
We will be implementing new practices
to comply with state and local regulations.
We will be open for tours this summer. Our guides will be available to discuss the inner workings of this historic grist mill and to answer your questions.
* In response the COVID-19 pandemic,
new practices are being implemented
These practices are in compliance with Massachusetts regulations and are designed to protect our visitors and guides.
We appreciate your cooperation
as we endeavor to provide you with an enjoyable
and safe experience at the Godfrey Windmill!
*Tours may be cancelled due to rain or severe weather conditions. (This is done to protect this centuries-old mill from water damage.)
Admission is free - Donations to support the mill are always welcome!
For those who are not able to visit the mill, please enjoy this video introduction to one of Chatham's most historic sites.
Our video for Chatham's Virtual July 4th Parade
The Godfrey Windmill's builder,
Col. Benjamin Godfrey,
was a veteran of the Revolutionary War and
fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill
© Chatham Windmill Group - Town of Chatham, Massachusetts