The Local History Museum With Lots To See
Our volunteer stewards have done a sterling job in keeping the Museum open throughout the summer, and will still be open Wednesday to Sunday during October.
From 1st November we will be reverting to our normal winter opening hours of 1.30 – 4.30 on Saturdays and Sundays only.
We look forward to seeing you.
The Charter Trail, celebrating the 700th anniversary of Pateley’s Market Charter is now on display, taking you through the Museum. See News.The Museum is operated entirely by volunteers who are passionate about Nidderdale’s heritage, so why not come along and see what is here. Cost per adult is £3 and accompanied children are free. We hope to see you very soon.
We have 11 separate rooms devoted to Leisure, Agriculture, Industry, Religion, Transport, Costume, plus an original Cobblers Shop, a Victorian Parlour room set, General Store, Schoolroom and much more. There are a wide range of displays of items in use in Nidderdale over the past 150 years, and a video telling the story of the building of the reservoirs in the Dale, running continuously in the Film Room. The Museum is a fantastic source of information and inspiration on local history, and an ideal activity for tourists and school groups.
On 1st April 2022, the Museum changed its governance and will henceforth be Nidderdale Museum Society CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation)
You will not notice any difference, but it does mean that the Society will be a legal entity and there will be reduced liability for the trustees.
You can now support the Museum by making a donation on-line using this button. Nidderdale Museum Society CIO is registered charity number 1197116.