Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton le Hole

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  • An eclectic mix of old Ryedale buildings reconstructed on site including shops which contain the old contents of tins, chocolate boxes, cleaning items, soap etc. Tinsmith, blacksmith, undertakers, man...  more »
  • We thoroughly enjoyed our trip to this museum. It consists of a variety of buildings from different eras with the relevant memorabilia in situ. For us the shops with the old produce were interesting e...  more »
  • a very interesting and informative visit to the past.Not such good old days as you are led to believe! Well worth the visit  more »
  • Took a party of Year 4 kids for a Victorians day - they absolutely loved it. They got to handle lots of artifacts, took part in home and school activities, and explored the site. The staff were experienced and informative, and the activities sparked the kids' imaginations. A great day overall.
  • Lovely museum in beautiful, idyllic surroundings. Plenty to see and do in the museum that will keep all ages interested. There's even a small art gallery. Definitely one of the best Yorkshire museums you'll find. Parking is available just next door to the museum.
  • It is a nice place to walk round ideally with children over 7 years old. There is lots to learn about homes through the ages. Cafe was not open at the time of our visit in late October.
  • Called in here yesterday and spent 2 hours looking around the 6 acre site. We realy liked the way that you are treated like an adult and are able to enter the rooms and look around, not get filed past them on the other side of a barrier in case you touch something. Most of the shops you expect someone to pop up from behind the counter to serve you, and the cottages give the impression of still being lived in. It is well worth the entry fee which is actually a yearly pass and gives discount at the cafe in the village as well. If there was one thing I would suggest it would be some paving slabs in places. As it had been raining, by the time we had finished my wifes feet were wet through with having to walk on the grass to get into places, the white cottage for example. Overall a great place though.
  • Well worth the visit, lots to look at & really well done. Set in a beautiful village that has cafe's, a pub and other interests.
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