Your Personal Town Guide
North Yorkshire
Settle is the gateway to the 2,000ft+ hills of the Three Peaks and also the railway that passes through the Yorkshire Dales and over the Ribblehead Viaduct to Carlisle (in the summer steam run trains). The town is overlooked by Castleberg crag and high above that (unseen from the town) Victoria Cave where animal bones dating back to the Ice Age have been found. In the town the shops are clustered around the market square, boarded to the top side by the former row of butchers shops - the Shambles. Another building worth visiting is The Folly, a huge building that now houses the Museum of North Craven Life. The town is almost joined to the village of Giggleswick - notable for the copper dome of the church of the public school (Giggleswick).


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The Shambles, The Folly
The Folly
The Folly
Victoria Street, Settle BD24 9EY

Built in 1679 by merchant Richard Preston, which bankrupted him, it is now the Museum of North Craven Life.

Admission: £
Open: Tuesday-Sunday April to end October.Mid week from 12:30pm, weekends from 10:30am
Tel: 015242 51388

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Settle Carlisle Railway
Settle Carlisle Railway
Station Road, Settle BD24

If taking the train we recommend going as far as Appleby - about an hour away. If you go to Ribblehead the station is BEFORE the viaduct! Please check timetables for up-to-date information.

Admission: £
Open: All year round
Tel: 0800 9800766

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The Shambles
The Shambles
Market Place, Settle BD24 9EH

Former row of butchers shops in town centre.

Admission: Free
Open: All year round

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Market Day
Mostly independent local
Tourist Info Centre
Town Hall, Cheapside, Settle BD24 9EJ
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Direct Access
Bus. Rail. Central car parking
1.5hr Town Walk
A 60 minute circular walk including the Shambles, Folly and railway station.
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