Settle - discover more of the Yorkshire Dales with this free Settle 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 Settle. 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?
- Settle Folly, home to the Museum of North Craven Life, Folly Artisans Gallery & Folly Coffee House
- Grade I and II listed buildings around the Market Place. Look for plaques commemorating Elgar's stay in Settle; Benjamin Waugh, founder of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children; and the wonderfully named Goad & Butchers solicitors
- Victoria Hall, a Grade II listed original Victorian Music Hall
- Castleberg towering above Settle - make your way to the top & enjoy the view
- Settle Station, famous thanks to the Settle-Carlisle Railway, signal box & water tower
- Gallery on the Green, one of the world’s smallest galleries - in a former telephone kiosk
- Settle Stories’ Listening Gallery, the world’s first listening gallery - also in a telephone box!
- Ye Olde Naked Man Café - one of England's most photographed cafés
- Victoria Cave where evidence of prehistoric hunters was found - take care when visiting
- Settle Hydro - a reverse Archimedean screw system generating electricity for the community
- The Three Peaks: Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside & Ingleborough
- Hoffman Kiln
- Ribblehead Viaduct Visitor Centre
- Courtyard Dairy, award-winning specialist cheesemongers