|THE WORLD OF JAMES HERRIOT||Museums & Galleries|
|23 Kirkgate, Thirsk, N Yorks, YO7 1PL|
Soak up the atmosphere of our most famous country vet and his world. This is a unique tribute to vet and author James Herriot and is based in his original surgery at 23 Kirkgate, Thirsk, North Yorkshire - the 'Skeldale House' of the Herriot books - it takes visitors on a journey back to the 1940s.
There are recreated living quarters and sets from the TV series 'All Creatures Great and Small'. The original Austin 7 car used in the series sits in the cottage garden and an exclusive documentary to watch. An interactive gallery has been developed for children to experience science games with a veterinary twist. It sits alongside displays of artefacts from the veterinary world past and present.
|SWALEDALE MUSEUM||Museums & Galleries|
|The Green, Reeth, Nr Richmond, N Yorks, DL11 6QT|
The museum was opened in 1974, and is based in the old Methodist school built in 1836. It is tucked away just off the green down from the Post Office shop. It is set amidst the spectacular scenery of Swaledale and Arkengarthdale. There are over 1,000 objects connected with living and working in the Dale spanning over four centuries, from lead mining to quilt making. Gifts, local interest books, maps and guides are on sale in the shop.
|EDEN CAMP||Museums & Galleries|
|Off A64 Malton, North Yorks, YO17 6RT|
A unique Museum that will transport you back in time to wartime Britain. You will experience the sights, sounds, even the smells of those dangerous years. This is no ordinary Museum... reconstructed scenes using movement, lighting, sound, smells even smoke machines make you feel that you are taking part in history. This special award-winning Museum is an original Prisoner of War Camp built in 1942. Displays hold, and reveal the vital spirit which eventually triumphed in 1945. These superb and lifelike exhibits make a wonderful and educational day out for all the family. The only Theme Museum to offer such an experience, so don't miss it. We have excellent facilities and are fully accessible for the disabled and visually impaired. There is ample FREE PARKING. Braille sheets and tapes are available.
|CLEVELAND IRONSTONE MINING EXPERIENCE||Museums & Galleries|
|Deepdale, Skinningrove, Cleveland, TS13 4AP|
This nationally important museum offers visitors an exciting and authentic underground experience with a guided tour that lasts approximately 80 minutes.
Descend into the unknown underground world of an original mine tunnel. Hear how ironstone was first discovered in the Cleveland area and experience the cavernous ventilation spaces.
Nationally accredited museum, VB quality assured and TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. Organised groups welcome all year by arrangement. The village boasts a beautiful unspoilt beach at Cattersty.
Open: Monday-Friday 10.00-3.30pm, Saturday 1.00-3.30pm, Closed: 1st November-1st April.
|WHITBY MUSEUM||Museums & Galleries|
|Pannett Park, Whitby, YO21 1RE|
Permanent displays about the history of Whitby including Captain Cook, the Scoresby's, giant fossils and model ships.
Unique collections of jet jewellery, Victorian samplers and much more.
Changing exhibitions in Museum and Art Gallery. Café.
Whitby Museum is over 200 years old.
Kids go FREE.
|CRESCENT ARTS||Museums & Galleries|
|The Crescent, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 2PW|
Provides visual arts facilities and studio space for practising artists. A public gallery showing exhibitions of contemporary art in a wide variety of media and an education programme of workshops, courses and events. Exhibitions held at 14-15 Queen Street, Scarborough, Y011 1HA.
|FILEY MUSEUM||Museums & Galleries|
|8/10 Queen Street, Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 9HB|
The museums' collections and displays reflect the history and development of Filey - from a fishing and farming community to its later development as a seaside resort. Fire engine on display. Replica baiting shed and a nice garden. Open from Good Friday to the last Sunday of October.
|RYEDALE FOLK MUSEUM||Museums & Galleries|
|Hutton le Hole, North Yorkshire, YO62 6UA|
Famous throughout the country, this museum houses a marvellous collection of over 20 buildings including cruck-framed long houses, a mediaeval glass kiln, an early photographer's studio, craft workshops and farm buildings spread over 6 acre's. 2013 saw them open the amazing new Harrison Collection, a photography exhibition, and become the proud owners of two pygmy goats and winners of the Yorkshire in Bloom best visitor attraction award. A Great day out for the whole family! - and the dog can come too. The Museum opens daily, has wheelchair access and hosts a full programme of special events during the year.