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Pateley Bridge Nidderdale Museum

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So much to see

This little building is crammed full of interesting items from through the ages.It is run by... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Evie854
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Harrogate, United Kingdom
Fascinating and Well Presented Museum

All run by volunteers, inexpensive to visit and filled with interesting and amusing exhibits and... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Intrepidity060
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Northamptonshire, UK
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Behind King Street | Pateley Bridge, Harrogate, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This little building is crammed full of interesting items from through the ages.It is run by volunteers who are extremely helpful and knowledgeable. From the large Victorian dolls house ( every little girls dream ) you will go on a journey through the ages encompassing...More

Thank Evie854
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

All run by volunteers, inexpensive to visit and filled with interesting and amusing exhibits and information. One could easily spend 4-5 hours here, but unfortunately they only open during the afternoon for a few hours! Perhaps two visits? The displays of old tools and agricultural...More

Thank Intrepidity060
Reviewed 24 May 2018

We wanted to go into the museum but when we got to there it only opens for 3 hours each day from 1.30 pm as it is run by volunteeers so we decided to have lunch and go back and I am so glad that...More

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 26 February 2018

Couldn’t believe how big this museum is inside-it’s like the Tardis! So much to see and very informative. Run by volunteers and are really friendly and helpful. £2 Admission for adults, absolute bargain. Go- you won’t be disappointed

Thank manchesterbuggerlugs
Reviewed 23 February 2018

We called here and was surprised how much there was to see, for £2 entry fee. A good variety of exhibitions, loved the 'Dunhills Bobby Finders' that were on show. You can make a day of it by having a walk along the river and...More

Thank johng9258
Reviewed 7 February 2018

great little museum portraying life in the Dales. The Volunteers are great and will help explain the museums history and the artifacts and people of the Dales it portrays

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Reviewed 10 November 2017 via mobile

We were staying in Harrogate and fancied a day out. We were enchanted by this quaint museum which covered a lot in a number of rooms. The staff were very friendly and it’s definitely worth a visit. It’s located in a charming little town with...More

Thank Sarah P
Reviewed 31 October 2017

This museum seems to go on and on. There are lots of different rooms all with displays and artefacts from local life. The entrance is £2 and free for children, which makes it a bargain.

Thank Russ1470
Reviewed 4 October 2017

A very 'local' unpolishedmuseum which is run by amateurs and therfore has a certain amount of charm!

Thank IanMLeeds
Reviewed 2 October 2017

A really excellent little Museum with a fascinating array of memorabilia from Dales life over the years. There is truly something to interest everybody here.

Thank Angela H
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Lemonjello9
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Not sure but doubt it, as the rooms ans passages are narrow and crowded
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