The white mill is one of Denmark's most famous national monuments.
It was reduced to rubble and subsequently rebuilt following both wars over Slesvig in 1848-50 and 1864.
The mill and the surrounding buildings display various exhibitions. The story of Dybbøl Mill is told here. There is an exhibition over monuments and relics from the wars of 1848-50, 1864, 1870-71, 1914-18 and 1940-45.
The process of milling grain into flour is illustrated through the mill's own grinders.
In addition, the site hosts an exhibition about the role of Dybbøl as a Danish and German memorial place from 1864 until the present.
Dybbøl Mill is run according to an arrangement with the Dybbøl Mill Foundation.