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We'd have been there earlier if our sat nav hadn't sent us literally up and down dale. We've visited similar in Beamish and Arnhem but this is a lovely small museum.
All types of buildings from a manor house to round house with lots of...More
We visited here for the first time when it had its free open day.
We parked at the rear in the pub car park and you then had the option to park £3 parking fee in the pub or at the museum, we opted at...More
We have often driven past but today we decided to visit. Lovely clean tidy reception manned by two very friendly hosts. Such a lot to see in various settings, hens, sheep and pigs, farming equipment and mock up shops. Housing through the ages was also...More
Drive through village taking the opportunity to visit the museum. Entry ticket valid for annual use which was an advantage.
A well kept museum which much too see... a mini village behind a village is for all top but you step back in time....
Today we visited the folk museum in the quaint and quintessential English village of Hutton le Hole. From the simple looking exteria you enter a world of past memories and a respect for the crafts people who followed various trades. Marvel at house and home...More
Opens from 10am – 5pm. There are 20 buildings to view.
Guide books available at front desk as you go in & a gift shop to the right hand side.
A Wilfred Copeland plaque to left hand side wall, it was his idea to set...More
We last visited this museum around 30 years ago so we were interested to return. We had a pass with our holiday cottage so did not have to pay entrance fees. It took most of the morning to explore, the whole family, 3 generations -...More
This is a gem of a museum situated in a lovely North Yorkshire village. It does not look much from the front but it stretches way back in actual distance and time. As well as the reconstructed houses and shops/tradesmans workshops full of period items...More
Small Folklore (?) museum, which looks to be expanding. Selection of the types of houses and (static) country crafts you would have expected to see in the area over the past 300 years. There are a few chicken, goats and pigs to keep the kids...More