The listed Uhre Mill was built in 1843 and is quite unique in Denmark. The mill is of the type “ground sailor”; thatched on both the turret and the octagonal tower all the way down to the ground. Inside the mill, the wooden interior and equipment are almost intact, making it an interesting attraction for people with a particular historical interest.
Uhre Mill was operating until about 1950, when electric power made its progress in Danish agriculture. In the mill, you will find an exhibition of the history of the mill in the warehouse, in which you also can enjoy your own packed lunch. During the summer, the mill is operating (that is if the weather allows it).