This booklet is a guide and souvenir brochure to the Rydale Folk Museum situated at Hutton le Hole in North Yorkshire. It was opened in 1964 and built on land owned originally by the Crosland family and is an award-winning tourist attraction today. The guide introduces the visiter to all of the sections which make up the museum ranging for information about the archeology of the site to the foundry and glass furnace and the sundial and Stang End Cruck House. The booklet is illustrated throughout with colour and black and white photographs, diagrams and drawings. Inside the front cover is a drawing showing where different sections of the museum are located. The booklet is a wide source of infomation about the museum and is a great source of reference for a wide range of information connected to this interesting tourist location.
soft cover – showing slight wear and tear otherwise in good condition