Ryedale Folk Museum
Hutton-le-Hole, KIRKBYMOORSIDE YO62 6UA, UK
About Ryedale Folk Museum
Ryedale Folk Museum is an open-air Museum with historic buildings. There are a variety of floor and ground surfaces, some of which are uneven by nature. It features a wealth of historic buildings, big and small, that were saved from demolition and re-erected here.
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