The Klützer Mühle has been a listed building for decades. The striking landmark is one of the important cultural-historical building blocks in the center of the Klützer Winkel.
In the place where the "Klützer Mühle" stands today, an old earthen mill existed until 1901. It was completely destroyed by flames. In a good two-year construction period (1902-1904), the large mill was rebuilt as today's gallery Dutch windmill by miller Richard Lindemann.
In 1930, during the world economic crisis, the mill changed hands. In 1958 the blades turned for the last time, but the mill itself was still in operation until 1972. After the last miller stopped working in the 1970s, the building was left to decay. Not to resign themselves to this, some Klütz residents founded the "People's Initiative to Save the Klütz Mill" in 1981, under which the mill was renovated within five years in a collaborative effort by craftsmen and volunteers. From 1985-2014, the mill thus housed the first restaurant, which became one of the most famous inns in Klützer Winkel. In addition to the good food, the interesting interior of the mill attracted numerous guests and made the heart of mill fans beat faster.
The Klützer Mühle has new owners since May 2016, who are still working on a new concept.
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 12-22 h, Tuesday and Wednesday closed.