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Archives: Places

White Scar Caves

Just outside Ingleton, White Scar caves is the longest show cave in England. A fantastic introduction to the underground world exploring passages, formations and large chambers.

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The Museum of North Craven Life

The Folly, built in 1679, is home to the Museum of North Craven Life, which tells fascinating tales of the people and landscape of the local area. It is a Grade I listed building in the heart of historic Settle, a few minutes’ walk from the marketplace and the railway station.

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The Courtyard Dairy

is a unique, specialist cheese-shop and cheese-maturer, owned and operated by Andy and Kathy Swinscoe. After expansion in 2017 the site now holds a museum, telling the history and story of farmhouse cheese, a café serving cheese-based dishes, and a cheese production room.

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Farfield Mill

Nestling between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, a rescued Farfield Mill opened its doors in 2001 to an exciting new life providing access to high-quality art and crafts and heritage.

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Dales Countryside Museum

The Museum tells the fascinating story of the Yorkshire Dales and the people who have lived and worked here for thousands of years. With loads of fun and interesting things for visitors of all ages.

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Grassington Folk Museum

is a must for anyone interested in rural village history. The museum holds a selection of local items of interest and has friendly and knowledgeable staff.

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