Trails and trains around Settle
Ramblers flock to Settle and it’s easy to see why. With its own natural landmark, the “Castleberg Crag”, a bustling market square and a Grade II Victorian theatre, this picturesque town is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding Dales. Stroll around the scars, caves and cliffs overlooking the town. Or jump on board the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway as you glide over Victorian viaducts, past colourful stations and through narrow tunnels on England’s most scenic railway.
Now the home of the Museum of North Craven Life, The Folly hosts both permanent and temporary exhibitions that tell the story of North Craven, its landscape and people all housed in this historic building built in the 1670s. And if live music, theatre, world cinema and art exhibitions are your thing, the Victoria Hall caters for all at this Grade II listed and beautifully preserved Victorian venue.
Settle Stories is an Arts and Heritage Charity based in the the market town of Settle in the Yorkshire Dales. Established in 2010 their mission is to change your world through story. They welcome people from all sections of the community and help people from all backgrounds tell their own stories and make their voice heard. They celebrate difference and engage and learn from people from all backgrounds.