The Old Workhouse
King Street
Pateley Bridge



January to end March

1.30 – 4.30pm Saturdays and Sundays only


01423 711225


The Old Workhouse, King St, Pateley Bridge HG3 5LE



DAILY 1.30pm - 4.30pm


01423 711225

Plan Your Visit

Normal Opening Hours

Apr 1st (or Good Friday if earlier) to Oct 31stDaily1.30pm4.30pm
School Summer HolidaysDaily1.30pm4.30pm
Bank Holiday Mondays1.30pm4.30pm
Nov 1st to EasterSat & Sun1.30pm4.30pm


Admission Fees & Opening Times

We operate a small admission charge of £3 for adults. Carers and accompanied children can visit Nidderdale Museum free of charge.

Normally the Museum is open 1.30-4.30p.m. every day from 1st April to 31st October, and 1.30-4.30p.m. Saturdays and Sundays only from November to end of March.
The Museum re-opened on 8th January 2022 for Saturdays and Sundays – Covid restrictions and bad weather permitting!

Souvenir Shop

Souvenirs and gifts are available in the Museum shop. We also sell local history books and publications.

Facilities and Accessibility

Nidderdale Museum is located on the first floor of the historic Old Workhouse building. A stairlift is available for use by visitors. The Museum has toilets available, including an accessible toilet. Please feel free to get in touch with the Museum prior to your visit to discuss your accessibility requirements.

How To Find Us

Nidderdale Museum is located in Pateley Bridge, which is on the B6265, approximately 20 minutes from Ripon, just 30 minutes drive from Harrogate or Skipton, and one hour from Leeds, York or Bradford.

There is a regular bus service to Pateley Bridge from Harrogate bus station (No. 24) More information about local bus services and timetables are available from the Harrogate & District transport website.

If you are travelling to the museum by car, there is some parking available directly outside the museum, including a designated accessible parking bay. Further parking is available in Pateley Bridge town centre.

Please see the map below.

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