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.
Other things to do nearby
Try rock pooling, fossil hunting and playing on the beach making sandcastles, all a stone's throw from the hostel.
Noted as a great place to swim in the Wild Swimming book. The sea at Boggle Hole is exhilarating, and perishing, all at once.
Cast from the window of your room (almost!) and spend the whole day staring wistfully out to sea.
Robin Hood's Bay is a picturesque old fishing village with delightful streets and old fisher-folk running cafes. The village is rife with tall tales of old smugglers.
Whitby is a lovely, seaside town dominated by the abbey ruins high on the hill. 199 steps lead to the churchyard that inspired Bram Stoker to write 'Dracula'.
The Cleveland Way passes the hostel doorstep and YHA Boggle Hole is the traditional finish on Wainright's Coast to Coast walk.
The disused railway line (National cycle route 1 - North Sea trail) offers easy, family friendly and car free cycling, all within 10 minutes of the hostel.
Take a leisurely cycle along the National Cycle Route 1 or the North Sea trail which starts 10 minutes away from the hostel.
Step out of your room and into the sea and more importantly, you can then step out of the sea into a lovely hot shower!
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This medieval castle’s impressive ruins stand on a rocky outcrop overlooking the River Rye and still dominate the town.