Book online (link) or pay on the day
Under 5s free
Accompanying carers free
2 adults and up to 3 children £18
1 adult and up to 3 children £11
Group Visits (10+)
£5 per person
Schools £4 per person (1 adult free for every 6 pupils)
Groups please call 01751 473653 to discuss your visit.
Opening Times 2022
11 April – 29 October Monday – Saturday
Closed Friday 27 May for Essential Maintenance
Last admission one hour before closing
Tickets are valid for a year, so you can visit as many times as you like!
Beck Isle Museum is located on Bridge Street just around the corner from the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Our address is:
There are regular buses to Pickering from York (via Malton), Thirsk, Helmsley, Whitby, Scarborough and Leeds.
There is no mainline train station in Pickering but Malton station is approximately 20 minutes away by bus or taxi.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway runs steam trains between Grosmont and Pickering for most of the year, and from Whitby at peak times. Their timetable can be found here: https://www.nymr.co.uk/pages/category/timetable It is a five minute walk from NYMR Pickering Station to the museum.
More information can be found on the Traveline website:https://www.traveline.info
The museum postcode is YO18 8DU.
From York take the A64 towards Malton take the A169/B1257 exit towards Whitby/Pickering/Malton and at the roundabout take the first exit onto the A169.
From Scarborough take the A170 to Pickering.
There is limited car parking available onsite. There are also several pay and display car parks a short walk from the museum. These include:
Ropery Car Park
Vivis Lane Car Park
We look forward to welcoming you to the museum should you require any further assistance or information before your visit please call 01751 473653.
Limited parking on the flat is available outside the museum.
Assistance dogs are welcome.
Toilets are wheelchair accessible.
The outside galleries have a chair and wheelchair lift. The ground floor of the main house has a ramp at the entrance and is wheelchair accessible downstairs. Due to the historic nature of the building the upstairs is only accessible by a flight of stairs.
Whether you’re visiting the museum or just want somewhere different to shop you’ll find a wonderful range of unique gifts and locally made products to choose from. We also have a large range of local history books and wonderful images of Pickering past from the Sydney Smith collection for you to order.
Why not bring a picnic to enjoy in our beck side setting. We’ll even lend you a picnic blanket! Alternatively, it’s a very short stroll into Pickering where you’ll find a wonderful selection of cafes and bakeries.
We want all our visitors and volunteers to enjoy a safe visit to the museum and so we have maintained the following Covid safety measures;
– Protective screens will remain in the admissions area
– Wearing a face mask (if you can) in busy areas, at your own discretion
– Hand sanitizers on entry and at regular intervals around the museum
– A one-way system to give you more space and time to enjoy the exhibits
– Increased cleaning of high touch areas and throughout the museum
– Contactless payment is available and preferred