Plan Your Visit to Elphin Windmill

Planning your visit to Elphin Windmill is easy. The Windmill is located just outside the historic village of Elphin, Co. Roscommon. This rare piece of Irish industrial architectural heritage dominates the peaceful landscape in a welcoming and charming way.

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Elphin Windmill, Windmill Road, Elphin, Co Roscommon, Republic of Ireland

Ticket Pricing

  • Adults €8
  • Children €6
  • Family €20

    2 Adults + 2 Children under 12 years

* We give discounts to groups including schools depending on numbers.

Opening Times

Days a week

12PM – 4PM

* These times can change, especially during Heritage week. Give us a call to find out the opening times this week.

National Heritage Week

Elphin Windmill & Farm Museum

12th August - 20th August 2023

Why not come along and discover how the grains were harvested and ground into flour 300 hundred years ago. What better time than Heritage Week.

We are open 7 days a week.
#Heritage Week 2023

Other Attractions in the Area

National Famine Way

Follow in the footsteps of the 1,490 tenants who were forced to emigrate from Strokestown to Canada in 1847. Walk the Roscommon stretch from Strokestown to Tarmonbarry and view the amazing rural landscape of the area.

Rathcroghan Visitor Centre

Rathcroghan is one of the four major Royal Sites of Ireland and is known as a place of burial and ritual gatherings. The legendary leader and Warrior Queen of Connacht, Medb, is said to have had her palace here at Rathcroghan around the turn of the first century.

Shannon River Adventure

Shannon River Adventure offers many fun-filled water and land based activities, including Kayaking, Canoeing, Archery, Mudslide, Orienteering, Pier-jumping, Climbing Wall, Island Trips, Adventure Camps, Team-building – there is something to challenge and reward all ages and abilities.

Strokestown Park House and Irish Famine Museum

Strokestown Park House is a Georgian Palladian mansion preserved with its original furnishings and fabrics, which can be seen daily by guided tour. The House was the family home of the Pakenham Mahon family and is built on the site of the 16th century castle, home of the O Conor Roe Gaelic Chieftains.