Yorkshire Food, Drink and Crafts Visits

    Food, Drink and Craft Visits

  • Black Sheep Brewery

    Situated at the gateway to Wensleydale, Masham is the home of the Black Sheep Brewery. Regular 'shepherded' tours of the Brewery allow visitors to experience the traditional brewing process and the aroma and taste of English hops and malted barley.

    Black Sheep Brewery Website Map Where to Stay
  • Cat Pottery

    They make Moorside Cats, modelled in clay and given life in the village of West Burton, Wensleydale. There are, metallic, ceramic and granite stone garden cats modelled off the family's cats over the years. Open 9.30am-4.30 throughout the week and from 10am-2pm Sundays.

    Cat Pottery Website Map Where to Stay
  • Countryside Craft Courses

    Find countryside craft courses at Broadrake Bunkbarn, situated at the foot of Whernside, Chapel le Dale in the Yorkshire Three Peaks area. Workshops and courses offered in Blacksmithing, Willow weaving, Scything and Botanical Painting.

    Countryside Craft Courses Website Map Where to Stay
  • Courtyard Dairy Artisan Cheeses

    For an extra-special cheese, pop into The Courtyard Dairy near Settle. Andy and Kathy select only the best cheeses from small farms and artisan producers, then give them that magical touch of special maturing that they learnt first-hand from some of the most famous cheesemongers in France and England.

    Courtyard Dairy Artisan Cheeses Website Map Where to Stay
  • Elsecar Heritage Centre

    Elsecar Heritage Centre is a restored ironworks and colliery workshops offering a variety of craft workshops, artist studios, antique centres and exhibitions alongside a children's indoor play centre, cafe and a historical steam railway.

    Elsecar Heritage Centre Website Map Where to Stay
  • Hawes Ropemakers

    See how the twist is put in ! Admission is free, open Monday to Friday. There is a delightful playground across the road and many other attractions nearby. We offer escorted educational visits for £3 / person.

    Hawes Ropemakers Website Map Where to Stay
  • Little Chocolate Shop Chocolatiers

    Visit the Dales Chocolatier Visitor Centre, but prepare to be sorely tempted! Visitors can watch skilled local craftswomen making over 250 different delicious chocolate gifts in the Leyburn factory and visitor centre.

    Little Chocolate Shop Chocolatiers Website Map Where to Stay
  • The Stained Glass Centre

    Learn about the 1000 year history of Stained Glass and the traditional production methods still used today. Browse in the showrooms, full of stained glass panels, lampshades, mirrors and gifts. Or take one of the Glass Craft classes.

    The Stained Glass Centre Website Map Where to Stay
  • Theakstons Brewery

    Visit this independent family brewing company, established in Masham in 1827 and follow the complete brewing process and meet the people who brew Theakston's beers at the home of the legendary Old Peculier. Open all throughout the year. Great place for gift ideas for beer lovers !

    Theakstons Brewery Website Map Where to Stay
  • Thirsk Furniture Trail

    See the traditional craft of furniture making on a tour around Thirsk in James Herriot country. 10 Furniture makers extend a warm welcome and feature handcrafted furniture and exquisite woodcarvings in selected woods.

    Thirsk Furniture Trail Website Map Where to Stay
  • Wensleydale Creamery

    Wensleydale Creamery Visitor Centre incorporates a museum, viewing gallery, specialist cheese shop, 1897 Coffee shop and fully licensed restaurant. Wensleydale cheese has been made in Wensleydale since 1150, when Cistercian monks settled in the dale.

    Wensleydale Creamery Website Map Where to Stay
  • White Rose Candles

    Visit this family run workshop and observe the various processes of the manufacture of candles. The workshop was a 19th century water mill. Open February to October, Wednesday through to Saturday – free admission.

    White Rose Candles Website Map Where to Stay
  • York's Chocolate Story

    At York's Chocolate Story, one of Continuum Attractions, you can discover the stories behind the greatest names in chocolate, find out the secret of chocolate making and have a guided tour. Open daily from 10am (closed 25th & 26th December and 1st January)

    York's Chocolate Story Website Map Where to Stay