Dales Never Fails Find out more about the glorious Dales at the Dales Countryside Museum. With loads of fun and interesting things for visitors of all ages to see and do, the Museum offers the c...
The name Hawes means a ‘pass between mountains' and it stands between the stunning Buttertubs and Fleet Moss.
Wensleydale Creamery Soak up the stunning Wensleydale landscape and enjoy the world famous cheese at the very popular Calvert's Restaurant. The generous heart-warming menu, created using local i...
Hawes Market This bustling street market sees locals gather every Tuesday for the wonderful array of food, gifts and shops. The community gets together at the local auction mart and stock up wit...
This magical little market town is one of England's highest, set 850 feet above sea water. Hawes was first recorded as a market place in 1307 and the lively Tuesday market still entices shoppers in. Home to the world famous Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese and set amidst breath-taking scenery it's no surprise Hawes is one of the honeypot tourist attractions of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The name Hawes means a 'pass between mountains' and it stands between the stunning Buttertubs and Fleet Moss.
You can also discover the 18th Century water-powered cotton spinning Gayle Mill. Converted to sawmill and electricity generation with original working Victorian turbines, lineshafting and woodworking machinery
Hawes National Park Centre, Station Yard, Buttersett Road, Hawes, North Yorkshire, DL8 3NT
Thu 29 Oct 20 - Thu 29 Oct 20
Unit C, New Lane, Selby, North Yorkshire, YO8 4QB