Molen de Ster build in 1739, is located on the Leidsche Rijn. The authentic and still working sawmill stands on a beautiful and quiet 18th-century industrial heritage. In the millyard, which is surrounded by water, there are also three monumental miller’s houses around a large lawn. The showpiece of the yard is the mill, a living monument! Reopened on June 22, 1999 after a major restoration, the mill can be admired and visited again.

On Saturdays Molen de Ster is the site of the millers. When there is enough wind there are sawing demonstrations. They also make beautiful wooden products from the local wood that has been sawn in the mill.

Our tour guides give free guided tours and bring the story of the mill to life.