LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

HORTON IN RIBBLESDALE – YORKSHIRE DALES

As well as being able to offer multiple walking and cycle routes, there’s a huge range of local attractions perfect for keeping the whole family entertained. From historical landmarks to traditional attractions, that are in-keeping with the Yorkdale Dales landscape, we’ve compiled the very best Yorkshire Dales attractions for you to visit. Explore some of the best Yorkshire Dales attractions below now and get ready to stay at the number one luxury glamping accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales – Ribblesdale Pods.

DALES COUNTRYSIDE MUSEUM

The Dales Countryside Museum is a local museum for the Yorkshire Dales. Run by the National Park Authority, it tells the story of the people who have lived and worked in the Yorkshire Dales for over a 1,000 years.

A main feature is museum’s outdoor display that includes a real steam train and carriages. The site also comes with a bike shop and cafe.

16.6 miles / 31 minutes by car

16.7 miles / 1 hour, 34 minutes by bicycle

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DALES COUNTRYSIDE MUSEUM

The Dales Countryside Museum is a local museum for the Yorkshire Dales. Run by the National Park Authority, it tells the story of the people who have lived and worked in the Yorkshire Dales for over a 1,000 years.

A main feature is museum’s outdoor display that includes a real steam train and carriages. The site also comes with a bike shop and cafe.

16.6 miles / 31 minutes by car

16.7 miles / 1 hour, 34 minutes by bicycle

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SETTLE – CARLISLE RAILWAY

Explore the Yorkshire Dales and all that the surrounding towns & villages have to offer, by hopping on to the Settle – Carlisle railway.

This iconic railway line offers some of the most beautiful views of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and crosses some of the most historic viaducts the country has ever produced.

1 mile / 4 minutes by car

1 miles / 7 minutes by bicycle

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SETTLE – CARLISLE RAILWAY

Explore the Yorkshire Dales and all that the surrounding towns & villages have to offer, by hopping on to the Settle – Carlisle railway.

This iconic railway line offers some of the most beautiful views of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and crosses some of the most historic viaducts the country has ever produced.

1 mile / 4 minutes by car

1 miles / 7 minutes by bicycle

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WENSLEYDALE CREAMERY

The Wensleydale Creamery is an award-winning, independent traditional cheese-maker, located in the Yorkshire Dales. Producing approximately 4000 tonnes of cheese per year, this is a popular place for guests to go and visit.

With cheese tasting, demonstration room, cafe, gift shop and restaurant, there is plenty to do when visiting.

16.5 miles / 31 minutes by car

16.5 miles / 1 hour, 34 minutes by bicycle

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WENSLEYDALE CREAMERY

The Wensleydale Creamery is an award-winning, independent traditional cheese-maker, located in the Yorkshire Dales. Producing approximately 4000 tonnes of cheese per year, this is a popular place for guests to go and visit.

With cheese tasting, demonstration room, cafe, gift shop and restaurant, there is plenty to do when visiting.

16.5 miles / 31 minutes by car

16.5 miles / 1 hour, 34 minutes by bicycle

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INGLETON SWIMMING POOL

Ingleton swimming pool is an outdoor open-air lido swimming pool where adults can relax and children can enjoy themselves. Heated to over 80F, this popular swimming baths is only open between May and September.

For a fun-filled family day-out this is a must for any family coming to stay with us during the summer!

12 miles / 25 minutes by car

11.7 miles / 1 hour, 4 minutes by bicycle

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INGLETON SWIMMING POOL

Ingleton swimming pool is an outdoor open-air lido swimming pool where adults can relax and children can enjoy themselves. Heated to over 80F, this popular swimming baths is only open between May and September.

For a fun-filled family day-out this is a must for any family coming to stay with us during the summer!

12 miles / 25 minutes by car

11.7 miles / 1 hour, 4 minutes by bicycle

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BOLTON ABBEY

Bolton Abbey takes its name from the ruins of the 12th-century Augustinian monastery now known as Bolton Priory. The priory, closed in the 1539 Dissolution of the Monasteries ordered by King Henry VIII, is in the Yorkshire Dales, next to the village of Bolton Abbey.

The estate is open to visitors, and includes many miles of all-weather walking routes.

27.8 miles / 47 minutes by car

27.6 miles / 2 hours, 41 minutes by bicycle

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BOLTON ABBEY

Bolton Abbey takes its name from the ruins of the 12th-century Augustinian monastery now known as Bolton Priory. The priory, closed in the 1539 Dissolution of the Monasteries ordered by King Henry VIII, is in the Yorkshire Dales, next to the village of Bolton Abbey.

The estate is open to visitors, and includes many miles of all-weather walking routes.

27.8 miles / 47 minutes by car

27.6 miles / 2 hours, 41 minutes by bicycle

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THORNTON HALL COUNTRY PARK

Thornton Hall Country Park really has everything for a fun-filled family day out. From a vast farm where children and animals can engage, to the Wizzick Safari where you can get up close and personal.

The park also has quad biking for the adults and a cafe to get some food & drink. All-in-all, a great day out and just over 30 minutes by car.

19.3 miles / 37 minutes by car

20 miles / 1 hour, 50 minutes by bicycle

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THORNTON HALL COUNTRY PARK

Thornton Hall Country Park really has everything for a fun-filled family day out. From a vast farm where children and animals can engage, to the Wizzick Safari where you can get up close and personal.

The park also has quad biking for the adults and a cafe to get some food & drink. All-in-all, a great day out and just over 30 minutes by car.

19.3 miles / 37 minutes by car

20 miles / 1 hour, 50 minutes by bicycle

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