Things to do in Settle

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  • Ingleborough Caves

    Wonderful show cave near Ingleton and Settle offering stunning cave formations, the imposing and the large passages full of artefacts dating back millions of years. Also offering adventure tours trips for children into the further reaches of the Cave.

    Ingleborough Caves Website Map Where to Stay
  • Settle Falconry

    Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre lies 3 miles from Settle. It houses around 35 birds of prey including various species of Eagles, Vultures, Hawks, Falcons and Owls from around the world. Apart from Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, the Falconry Centre is open daily from 10am.

    Settle Falconry Website Map Where to Stay
  • Settle-Carlisle Railway

    The Settle and Carlisle Railway is a 73 mile long railway journey crossing beautiful landscape in the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District. Highlights include the Ribblehead and Dent Head Viaducts, Dent Station, the highest station in England at 1150 ft, Appleby and the Eden Valley.

    Settle-Carlisle Railway Website Map Where to Stay
  • Yorkshire Dales Guides

    Adventure Activities above and below ground in the Yorkshire Dales offering caving, climbing and abseiling, skills for walking, guided walks, challenge events, team building, school and youth groups, Bowland GPS trails, and film location management

    Yorkshire Dales Guides Website Map Where to Stay

    Educational Activities

  • Settle Story Telling Festival

    Every October the Settle Story Telling festival offers 4 days of events filled with magic, music, laughter, cakes and crocodiles. The historic streets of Settle, in the Yorkshire Dales echo to various tales, yarns and story telling workshops.

    Settle Story Telling Festival Website Map Where to Stay

    Food, Drink and Craft Visits

  • 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