OUR ADDRESS

The Old Workhouse
King Street
Pateley Bridge
HG3 5LE

OPENING HOURS

Open 1.30-4.30p.m.
Tuesday - Sunday
and Bank Holiday Mondays

CALL US

01423 711225

News

IT’S SUMMERTIME!

Well not exactly! But we have now moved to our Summer Opening Hours, so you can visit between 1.30 and 4.30p.m. on any day except Mondays.  We are also open on Bank Holiday Mondays so

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National Lottery Heritage Fund

Thank You Day 16th March

On 16th March, the Museum will be open as usual from 1.30 to 4.30p.m. However, there is a difference! Anyone bringing a lottery ticket will be admitted FREE as our way of saying Thank You

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Village Shop

Museum Trustees Wanted

We are delighted to report that John Hayton was elected as a trustee at the Annual General Meeting in November 2023.  We would now like to appoint a further 2 trustees to reach our full

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In the Parlour

Happy Christmas & a Bright New Year

After a very busy year behind the scenes, the volunteers are re-grouping ready for a brand new year.  Our exhibits are all still here and we are hoping to make changes to heating and lighting

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Rocking Horse

ACCREDITATION SUCCESS

Nidderdale Museum was awarded Full Accreditation by Arts Council England on 5th October 2023. This followed 3 years of hard work by the volunteers and part-time project staff and means that the Museum has now

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Local research sessions

The Museum now has dedicated research sessions for access to its records. If interested, please sign up via the info@nidderdalemuseum.com email indicating the general area of your research interests and what type of information you

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National Heritage Open Day

As part of the National Heritage Celebration, the Museum will be open on Saturday 16th September from 10.30a.m. to 4.30p.m., with FREE ENTRY for all. Come and immerse yourself in the heritage of Nidderdale

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Lord Mayor of Bradford

Angram Monument Unveiled

The Lord Mayor of Bradford recently travelled to Nidderdale Museum to unveil an iconic stone monument of part of Angram Dam which was carved by two of the stonemasons working there in 1913. The dam

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