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Morgan Lewis Windmill

Morgan Lewis Windmill, Barbados

This is our only intact sugar mill in Barbados and is the fourth of's "Seven Wonders of Barbados"!

Morgan Lewis Windmill is located in the northern parish of St. Andrew overlooking the eastern coastline of the island and the Scotland District.

Morgan Lewis is one of the only two intact and restored sugar mills in the Caribbean. The other is at Betty's Hope Estate on one of our sister islands, Antigua.

Stroll the beautifully landscaped grounds for a 360° view of the historic mill. You can also choose to explore the interior of the mill on either a guided or self-guided tour.

The Grind Artisan Cafe, located next to the windmill, offers stunning views of the scenic east coast and lush countryside. Enjoy refreshing cold and hot drinks, as well as a wonderful selection of sweet and savory options including sandwiches, quiche, and cakes.

The Barbados National Trust periodically demonstrates grinding of sugar canes at Morgan Lewis. The resulting cane juice is absolutely delicious! Contact the Barbados National Trust to see when this event is on.

Mill and cafe at Morgan Lewis
Mill and cafe at Morgan Lewis

Barbados National Trust
Tel: (246) 426-2421

Many island tours include a stop or drive pass Morgan Lewis Mill. Check our island tour guides for more information.

If you wish to stay a bit longer for the windmill tour, photos and a snack, we recommend visiting the on your own by car or taxi. If you are renting a car, you can easily include a stop at Morgan Lewis Windmill as you tour the north and east of Barbados. Just check an island map or your GPS before you head out.

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