The Museum features on screen!
The Museum was recently visited by Simon and Will of Memory Seekers, and they have featured it in their latest You Tube video of Pateley Bridge. Check out the link. The Museum is shown from
Museum Volunteer at the Palace
This week the Chairman of the Museum, Sue Welch, was invited to attend the Royal Garden Party at Buckingham Palace, as a representative of the many people who volunteer their time for the community, around
Summer Opening Tuesday to Sunday
From 1st April we will be open Tuesday to Sunday and on Bank Holiday Mondays. So much to see, come and visit us.
Thank You Day! Free Entry 18 March with a lottery ticket
As a thank you for YOUR contribution to the National Lottery Heritage Fund, we are delighted to give you free entry on production of a lottery ticket on 18th March.
Truth, Lies and Porky Pies
What a night that was… secrets revealed, sources explained, songs performed, and a world premiere of Nevin’s new song….The Nidderdale Boy. A crowd of 120 enjoyed an evening full of laughter, history and song. The
Spies and Stars
What an evening that was! On 21st February 2023, Professor Christopher Andrew presented a fascinating talk entitled Stars and Spies: Intelligence Operations and the Entertainment Business from Elizabeth I to Charles III (to include Nidderdale).
New Year’s Day Free Entry
We’d love to welcome you to the Museum, to see our fascinating collections. So on 1st January 2023 we are opening our doors from 1.30 to 4.30p.m. absolutely free. Come along and be amazed!
Julian Smith MP visits the Museum
We recently had a special visitor, when Julian Smith, MP for Skipton and Ripon, came to the Museum. Sue Welch, Chairman of the Nidderdale Museum Society CIO showed him round and was very impressed. He
Charter Trail Opens
Simon Theakston, the Deputy Lieutenant of North Yorkshire was recently guest of honour at the Museum, to open The Charter Trail, in the company of Sue Welch, Chairman of the Museum Society, the Deputy Mayor