Ryedale Folk Museum
Explore the displays that brings to life the lives of ordinary people from pre-historic times to the present day.
What makes it special
- Travel back it time to village life
- Experience rural life
Opening Times (2019)
23 Feb - 30 Mar: 10am - 4pm
1 Apr - 30 Sept: 10am - 5pm
1 Oct - 24 Nov: 10am - 4pm
Concession: £7.25 (65 and over/Student with ID)
Child (4-15): £7.25
Children under 4: Free
Family ticket: £27.00 (2 adults + 2 children)
All standard admission prices allow unlimited entry to the Museum for one year from the date of purchase. Terms and Conditions apply.
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