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Visit Beck Isle Museum car-free
There are regular bus services to Pickering from Leeds, York, Malton, Scarborough, Whitby and Helmsley.
If you are travelling by train, there is a regular TransPennine service to Malton from York, where there are good connections from all major cities. Bus 840 runs every hour from Malton Station to Pickering (less frequent on Sundays). It is also easy to transfer from rail to bus at York, or at Scarborough for those travelling by train from Hull via Bridlington.
Taxis are available at Malton Station (01653 696969).
Our journey planner will show you train and bus times, and walking routes.
You can take your bike on the train to Malton. It will take about 1hr 30mins to cycle from there to Pickering. Plan your cycle route here.
Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains.
About Beck Isle Museum
Gateway to the North Yorkshire Moors Pickering has a long and fascinating history. Step back in time and enjoy exploring what life was like in this thriving market town. Visit shops from the past, discover the ancient craft of the blacksmith and marvel at our magnificent printing press. With special events, changing exhibitions, family activities and a beck side location for picnics there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
For any queries about visiting contact Beck Isle Museum on 01751 473653 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Bridge Street, Pickering, North Yorkshire YO18 8DU. Visit Website