Learn about traditional and modern food production in the Yorkshire Dales, you can choose from:
- Dairying (butter and cheese making)
- Preserving (jams and chutneys)
Learn about traditional techniques from farmer’s wife, Mrs H, in a Victorian Kitchen. Then have a go at using original equipment and taste your creation (butter or chutney) with locally sourced oatcakes or warm bread.
Visit a modern factory to see how things are made now in the Yorkshire Dales and taste the different varieties.
- Meet farmer’s wife, Mrs H, in a Victorian Kitchen and handle historic objects
- Spend time in the museum discovering what makes the Yorkshire Dales special and distinctive
- Watch the cheese or preserve making process, taste the products and learn how to make butter or chutney
|Price:||£35 per person|
|Group size:||6-20 (larger groups can be accommodated, contact for more info)|
|Accessibility:||15 minute walk to Wensleydale Creamery, 5 minute walk to Raydale preserves. Dales Countryside Museum is pushchair and wheelchair friendly, with wide aisles, lifts, ramps and a low-level information counter. Tour operator could transport guests between venues.|
Advance booking required