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Dales Countryside Museum, Hawes
(4.2/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Everyone has something they treasure and that is special to them. The Dales Countryside Museum collects and shares the stories and objects that are special to the people and communities linked with the Yorkshire Dales.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Reasonable price to enter and lots of exhibits about the local area, including a section inside a train on the platform outside. I really enjoyed the couple of hours here and learned lots of interesti...  more »
  • The four of us went along to the Museum which we thought would be a nice place for a quick look round and a cup of coffee. We had other plans for the day. However, they required £18 up front before we...  more »
  • This was very enjoyable and we loved seeing the old toys etc from days gone-by. There is an old train carriage there with all memorabilia from the last war and local industry and some items dating bac...  more »
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  • The cafe sells good tea and has a great selection of homemade cakes.
  • staff think they are Lords of the land, unless your arrive in estate car and a barbour your not welcome
  • Fantastic museum and great for all ages.
  • Beautiful little village .
  • Interesting exhibits, and some nice work in the gallery. Could have put some more in the gallery section and slightly disappointing that some of the items in the glass cases weren't lit (lights just hadn't been turned on). Overall an enjoyable experience though :)