A five-minute stroll down the path from Bridge Cottage brings you to this 16th-century structure that is instantly recognizable from Constable's painting The Hay Wain (1821). Although the house itself is not open to the public, the road is a public thoroughfare, so you don't have to buy a ticket to see the famous—and completely unchanged—view for yourself. Just stand across from the two trees on the far bank, with the mill on your right, and look upstream. On
the outside wall of the mill is a handy reproduction of the painting to help you compose your own photo.
Flatford Rd., off B1070, East Bergholt, CO7 6UL, England