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Cliffe Castle Museum was originally the spectacular mansion of the local Victorian millionaire and textile manufacturer, H I Butterfield. It stands in attractive hillside grounds with greenhouses and garden centre, aviaries and a childrens‚ play area.
The house is now a large museum with a wide variety of displays. These include an array of glittering minerals, local rocks and fossils (including a 2m long fossil newt!), mounted birds and animals, original furnished rooms with chandeliers, William Morris stained glass, old dolls, toys and domestic items and a programme of temporary exhibitions.
Learning activities and events take place throughout the year in the InSight room. Groups of all kinds can be catered for, from schools to senior citizens, and activities can be tailored to your needs.
Events at this Venue
|Sat 12 Nov - Sun 29 Jan||Inkers : Press Release|
|Tue 6 Dec - Sun 5 Mar||Isobel Cortese: Beastly Imaginarium|
|Sun 29 Jan||Music at the Museum: Haworth Ukulele Group|
|Sat 11 Feb - Sun 23 Apr||Lost Houses of the South Pennines - Kate Lycett|
|Sun 26 Feb||Music at the Museum: Lucienne de Ville|
|Sun 26 Mar||Music at the Museum: Steeton Male Voice Choir|
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Cliffe Castle lies in a park on the outskirts of Keighley off the A629 Skipton Road. Approximately 12-25 minutes walk from Keighley railway station, 6-15 minutes walk from the bus station.
Buses (for example Bradford to Skipton) pass the lower main gates. The 903 bus service operates from Keighley Bus Station and serves Cliffe Castle on a limited basis.
: 1 miles from Keighley railway station
- Coach parties accepted
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Gift shop
- Public toilets
- Accepts groups
- Children welcome
- Smoking not allowed