Town Head Barn

Town Head Barn, Malham: Tickets, Tours, Address, Town Head Barn Reviews: 4/5

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Stevenson_steve
Harrogate, UK225 contributions
Why not it's free
Mar 2020
Small typical barn made available for viewing to the general public, by Yorkshire National Park, some stalls small seating area inside, quite small not a great deal to see.
Written March 8, 2020
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Justin P
Epsom, UK18 contributions
Town head barn - historic model
Oct 2019
Popped in for a quick look see on the way past. Very interesting but not a destination in itself. Owl holes were unexpected.
Written November 11, 2019
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Charles F
Newtown, UK712 contributions
Interesting
May 2019 • Couples
An old barn used to feature local rural history which you pass as you walk out of the village towards the cove, worth a brief check.
Written June 19, 2019
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JEM_Yorkshire
Yorkshire, UK370 contributions
The Town Head Barn, Malham - 02/06/2019
Jun 2019 • Couples
Malham's charming Town Head Barn offers a well thought through insight into the days of old.

A fantastic use of what is a historic building that elsewhere may have been totally overlooked, the Town Head Barn is sited on the busy walkway up to the Cove, and offers the passer by the chance to drop in, free of charge, to learn a little of the history of the area. It's a great use of the space, and I would certainly recommend dropping in here to those heading to the Cove.

I'd happily drop in again if I were in the area.
Written June 13, 2019
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cbb49
Thornton Cleveleys, UK73 contributions
Lovely Yorkshire hospitality
May 2019 • Friends
After carrying out one of the walks in the area we called in for a coffee and sandwiches, i was injured on the walk nothing serious, the staff gave me antiseptic wipes and plasters for the cuts to my hand, they were really kind and genuine, the coffee and food was excellent, you must stop here whilst in Malham
Written May 16, 2019
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CocoTampa123
Perth, Australia1,483 contributions
Interesting to visit on the way to the Cove
Apr 2019 • Couples
The Town Head Barn is right on the track to the Cove, so its only a few steps to visit. Provides good basic information for folks of all ages, nothing exceptional, but as you are passing drop in to have a look.
Written April 14, 2019
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Cath W
7 contributions
OK
Oct 2018 • Solo
this could be made more of and there is no one there to speak to but when you get the it is just a short walk to the cove
Written October 14, 2018
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Jo P
Brough, UK337 contributions
Pop in if your passing
Sep 2018 • Couples
A small old barn that I would just pop in if walking past
Free to enter and they have free maps of walks in the area
Written September 25, 2018
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MaryD0dd
Malmesbury, UK130 contributions
Worth a look
Apr 2018 • Couples
This is a Yorkshire Barn which has been preserved as a small exhibition area. Lovely place to look around, especially with children.
Written April 25, 2018
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Rai
Manchester, UK323 contributions
Flying visit on the way to Malham Cove
Apr 2018 • Family
We popped into this free National Trust site as it caught our eye on our way to the cove. It is very well kept with good information about the building and the various purposes of the different parts, e.g. owl holes were kept to encourage owls to nest in the building as they are so efficient at hunting vermin. The furthest room has lots of information about Yorkshire, including magazines and leaflets with attractions. It's a nice site to pop into whilst doing other things, however, not one to write home about or take a trip out to see alone.
Written April 21, 2018
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