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The Old School Muker

Muker 2.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Muker
But there is an excellent range of limited edition prints along with some exceptional sculpture.
This Old Schoolhouse turned Art Gallery is seriously well-worth a visit - come rain or shine.

Graculus Sculptures

Reeth 5.4 mi away
#1 of 6 Museums in Reeth
... and transforming the copper content in to carefully crafted, magnificent, unique sculptures of birds and various other amazing animals, so just wanted to visit and watch the artist ‘live’ at work in his Studio...
Concentrating largely on creating sculptures from old copper (cylinders etc), here are some truly amazing art forms and you actually visit the artist in his workshop, where he is happy to spend time talking with y...

Dales Countryside Museum

Hawes 6.9 mi away
#1 of 5 Museums in Hawes
Fabulous museum with lots of interesting artefacts - really enjoyed the railway carriages (an interesting addition) the staff were really helpful and friendly and the cafe was good value.
Well worth a visit the old railway carriage is fascinating the photos and imformation on the dales folk and traditions is interesting love 6he old fashioned cafe great cuppa .

Hawes Ropemakers

Hawes 6.9 mi away
#2 of 5 Museums in Hawes
Great place to visit especially for children, used to come here as a boy, it's good to see traditional rope making in a factory type environment, sell all types of rope made products from leads to rope made toys,...
A truly local business and craft going on with many historic connections , a great deal to understand and a great place to take the kids, friendly staff and easy parking.
#4 of 6 Museums in Reeth

Gorska

Reeth 5.3 mi away
#5 of 6 Museums in Reeth

Chapel Gallery

Hawes 7.0 mi away
#4 of 5 Museums in Hawes
After the girls tired themselves at the park next door we popped to the cafe.

Georgian Theatre Royal

Richmond, UK 13.8 mi away
#1 of 8 Museums in Richmond
Unfortunately we will have to be satisfied with 5. We were fascinated by the detail shown to us, the stories associated with the theatre, the history of the place and the beauty of the restoration.
Great panto, including young (Billie Eillish) and older crowd (Freddie Mercury) Great fun, fab bar staff and well worth a visit!!

Stainmore Railway Company

Kirkby Stephen, UK 12.7 mi away
#1 of 2 Museums in Kirkby Stephen
Great place to visit run by volunteers who are happy to show you around and very informative free to enter just leave a donation when you’re done dog friendly too.
station building has stacks of history and has a well stocked shop nice catering carriage interesting museum and friendly station cat..interesting collection of rolling stock which you can get close to..the volunt...

The Bowes Museum

Barnard Castle, UK 13.0 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Barnard Castle
Finally made it here, having mistakenly thought for years this was a little local history museum, and wow! Amazing and impressive French chateau style building, imposing setting, and a huge and fascinating collect...
The 2pm 'show' from the silver clockwork swan was lovely to watch and the garden trail (in conjunction with the clockwork garden exhibition) and the museum trail all worked together to make the day pass really qui...

Green Howards Museum

Richmond, UK 13.8 mi away
#2 of 8 Museums in Richmond
A fascinating and great value museum, definitely worth a lengthy visit as you need time to read all of the incredible stories of heroism and bravery - highly recommended whether you;re a big fan of military histor...
here are plenty of medals and moustaches on display here, but much, much more, with some very good histories of the wars the regiment fought in and, when I went, a terrific special exhibition on military humour.