Sedbergh - discover more of the Yorkshire Dales with this free Sedbergh Treasure Map
No matter how well you think you know a place, there are always new aspects to discover. Use the treasure map to discover more of Sedbergh. Like all the best treasure maps, this one may hold a few mysteries. It’s not drawn to scale and some of the features might not be exactly where you’d expect. Look carefully to find everything!
This symbol on the map represents a place of interest: it could be anything beautiful, quirky, historic, or fun…
See below for our list of places to find.
How many of these can you discover?
- Exhibitions, looms and shops inside Farfield Mill
- Remains of the motte and bailey castle at Castlehaw
- Embroidery panels depicting Sedbergh’s history at St. Andrew's Church
- Bookshops – Sedbergh is England’s Book Town
- 'Loose cannons' lying around the ginnels and alleyways
- Unusual stained-glass windows depicting nature scenes at St. Gregory’s Church
- Shops, cafes and pubs along Finkle Street & Main Street
- Former weavers' cottages and weavers’ gallery in Railton Yard
- Brigflatts, one of the most famous and beautiful Quaker meeting houses
- Cautley Spout, claimed as England’s highest cascading waterfall
- Fox’s Pulpit at Shacklabank, from the bottom of Black Horse Hill
- the Temperance pub with no beers or alcohol: The Cross Keys Inn
at Cautley (though visitors are welcome to bring their own!)