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Friendly museum in Pateley Bridge nr Harrogate. Sections devoted to Lives in Agriculture, Industries, Religion, Transport and Costume. Ideal for families and school parties.
The Nidderdale Museum offers a fascinating insight into how ordinary people lived, in imaginative and realistic settings. There are sections devoted to Agriculture, Industries, Religion, Transport and Costume whilst he corridors are lined with photographs of local interest. Situated in the picturesque town of Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire, this fascinating and friendly museum is housed in the former workhouse and is situated opposite St Cuthbert's Parish Church.
The Nidderdale Museum features 11 rooms which illustrate the rural life of Nidderdale in the recent and more distant past. Visit Nidderdale's living museum and see a Cobbler's Workshop, Schoolroom, Victorian Parlour, General Store, a range of Costumes from the 19th & 20th Century and discover the history of transport in the Dales. The museum also offers research facilities in the family history archives and also access to the library. Come and visit The Nidderdale Museum to see for yourself the variety and quality of the exhibits.
Easter to October 31st Daily 1.30pm to 4.30pm August and Bank Holiday Mondays Daily 10.30am to 4.30pm
November 1st to Easter Saturdays & Sundays only 1.30pm to 4.30pm