Learn about traditional Dales dairying (butter and cheese-making) from farmer’s wife, Mrs H, in a Victorian Kitchen. Then have a go at using original dairy equipment and make your own butter to taste with locally sourced oatcakes or warm bread. Visit a modern cheese-maker to see how cheese is made in the Yorkshire Dales and taste the different varieties. Wander aound the museum to discover the stories of the people and landscape – see what makes the Yorkshire Dales National Park such a special place.
6-20 people. Larger groups could be accommodated - contact direct for details.
£35 per person
Coffee/ tea on arrival, tasting sessions during the tour.
Suitable clothing and footwear for the weather conditions.
All year round. Advance booking required.
A 15-minute walk to the creamery. All other aspects are accessible for wheelchair users. Tour operators could transport guests between the venues if they are unable to walk the distance.
Basic English required to fully appreciate the experience.