Discover this hidden gem deep in the North York Moors National Park and uncover English antiques and curiosities.
As you step through the entrance of the Ryedale Folk Museum, nestled in the rural village of Hutton-le-Hole in northeast England, you will be transported back in time. Take a walk through the museum and atmospheric six-acre site and learn about local history and the rural way of life from the Iron Age through to the 1950s. The collection spans five centuries, with objects as varied as cooking pots and brain surgery tools!
There’s plenty to explore, with an art gallery and rural crafts brought to life with interactive demonstrations. Check their calendar for the latest exhibitions and special events including classic car shows to impress any motor enthusiast and traditional English craft fairs that help keep traditions alive and kicking.
The nearest train station is in Malton, North Yorkshire about 15 miles (24 km) away with easy access to and from all of England’s major cities.
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