Give your group a day to remember with an educational visit to DCM.

We offer engaging and hands-on resources and activities for all age groups and levels of study that bring the Yorkshire Dales to life while fitting in with curriculum requirements.

Under 17 and interested in history? Then see what the Young Archaeologist's Club has to offer!

The Club meets monthly and members learn about their local heritage through interactive talks, exciting practical activities and visits to sites of historical interest.

Can't get your group to the Museum? Don't worry, the Museum can come to you!

With resource and artefact loans, worksheets and activities, or visits by Museum staff, your group have still have a vivid experience of the history of the Yorkshire Dales.

You don't have to be a school group to use our education services!

We have had visits from many different groups, including Brownies, Guides and Scouts, youth clubs, local history societies, Women's Institute, Rotary, Probus, and U3A.

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Did you know? A fact about Dales Countryside Museum
Did you know?

The last timetabled passenger train left Hawes station in 1954. Our steam engine and carriages now contain fascinating displays and artefacts to see when you visit the Museum.

Did you know? A fact about Dales Countryside Museum