Ryedale Folk Museum is situated in Hutton-le-Hole, near Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire. A six acre site contains an iron age roundhouse, tinsmith, blacksmith, cobbler's shop, village shop & post office, tractor & machinery collection, thatched cottages and much more. School trips also welcome, please ring us on 01751 417367
Preparations are underway at our Stang End Cottage for the filming, by the BBC, of “Death Comes to Pemberley”, a novel by P D James which is a sequel to Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”. Filming will be happening on Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th August.
The site will be open as usual and only one building will be closed off. If you visit us we ask for your patience while the filming is going on and hope you enjoy seeing the filming process in action. You will be seeing Stang End furnished as a Regency period cottage rather than the usual 16th/17th century, they have given it a licak of paint and totally revamped the garden! The film will be aired at Christmas time.
Our big long table down one side has gone and a round table with four chairs has appeared in the middle.