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The Town Hall foyer

Welcome to Skipton Town Hall, the hub for Culture & Heritage in Craven.

We are home to Craven Museum, an Exhibition Gallery, Visitor Centre and Gift Shop. We host an exciting programme of Events and Performances.

Upcoming Events

Echoes: Material Memories of Inhabited Space
Artwork - Cyanotype of leaves

Exhibition

Echoes: Material Memories of Inhabited Space

Stitch History – Yorkshire & Dorset Buttons
Box of coloured cotton thread

Workshop

Stitch History – Yorkshire & Dorset Buttons

Skipton Town Hall

Love & Spice by Balbir Singh Dance Company
Woman in traditional Indian dress

Performance

Love & Spice by Balbir Singh Dance Company

Black History Month: Selma (12A)
A group of men in suits walking down the street

Film

Black History Month: Selma (12A)

Exploring Artists’ Books with Barbara Greene
Detail of a handmade artists book.

Workshop

Exploring Artists’ Books with Barbara Greene

Skipton International Puppet Festival: Coulrophobia
Two clowns.

Performance

Skipton International Puppet Festival: Coulrophobia

A man with glasses and a black shirt playing a cello and aomone playing a saxaphone in the foreground.

Browse more Performances & Events

Watch live theatre, dance, music, film, comedy and family shows. Find activities and workshops to suit all ages and abilities.

What’s On

 

Antique doll

Collection Stories

from Craven Museum

We care for a treasure trove of around 60,000 objects representing millions of years of Craven history. Delve deeper into the collection and find out fascinating facts about objects from the displays and special items from the museum stores.

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Front of Skipton Town Hall

Plan Your Visit

Plan your visit in advance. Here you can find travel information, opening times, accessibility info and our latest Covid 19 procedures.

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Museum staff talking to visitors and showing them a leaflet.

 Support Us

Get Involved!

You can support the valuable work we do in a variety of ways.

At Skipton Town Hall we aim to inspire and enrich the lives of our audiences through unforgettable experiences, innovative learning and rural outreach programmes. We strive to make Arts, Culture and Heritage accessible to all, and to provide every member of the community with opportunity to participate.

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Changing Places toilet door sign

 Access

Accessibility

We have a firm commitment to providing the best possible experience for all users of our venue and strive to make everything we do as inclusive as possible.

Our venue has been designed with accessibility in mind. Features include a level entrance, lift access to the first floor, a hearing loop, disabled and Changing Places toilets.

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