Ballycopeland Windmill, Co. Down
It is a typical Irish stone tower mill, with a moveable cap turned by means of an automatic fantail, ensuring that the sails always faced into the wind.
Elphin Windmill, Co. Roscommon
Detached circular-plan three-stage windmill, built around 1730 and restored in 1996. Modern single-storey cottage to south of mill is in use as visitor's centre.
Knockloughrim Windmill, Co. Derry
It was built some time between 1860 and 1875 by William Palmer (1823-1898) and known locally as Palmer's Folly because it never worked properly. The windmill was restored in 1993. Unfortunately it is presently closed due to some recently discovered structural problems. The Windmill is now owned by the Magherafelt and Knockloughrim Methodist Church and stands in the church grounds.
Newmills Corn and Flax Mills, Co. Donegal
It features one of the largest, still working, waterwheels in the country (7m diameter). The millrace is 1 km long and powers two separate millheels, one for grinding oats and barley and the other for flax.
Skerries Windmills, Co. Dublin
The Great 5 Sail Windmill, Thatched 4 Sail Windmill and Watermill are set in the town park at the centre of the beautiful seaside town of Skerries.
Tacumshane Windmill, Co. Wexford
The three storeys high windmill built by Nicholas Moran in 1846 with a thatched roof is the last windmill in the Republic to work commercially. It was used up till 1936.