The Manor House is located between the town centre and the Riverside Gardens. The address is Ilkley Manor House, Castle Yard, Ilkley, West Yorkshire, LS29 9DT.
Opening Hours: Open every weekend from 11am-4pm*
We regret that the Manor House will be closed in January 2019 for essential work to upgrade the heating system. We will post the closed dates here when they have been confirmed.
While we progress plans for the building the displays are limited. Self-guided tours of the historic building are available, along with an interpretation panel of the Roman fort. Please check this page before planning a visit as private and public events may affect opening hours. *Unless otherwise stated, we will be open Saturday and Sunday from 11am-4pm.
Directions walking from the train and bus station
Turn right as you leave the station and follow Station Rd to the first junction with Brook Street. Turn right and follow Brook Street down to the main traffic lights in the town. At this crossroad between Brook Street and Church Street (A65), cross over to All Saints Church and walk along Church Street with the church on your right. Just past the church is an archway through to the courtyard and the Manor House.
(Note: you can also continue a few yards straight on at the main traffic lights and follow the brown heritage attraction signs, taking you into Riverside Park and the rear of the Manor House.)
Directions by car
Approach the Manor House on the A65 either from the West (Skipton) or the East (Leeds) side. The Manor House is located adjacent to All Saints Church, set back from the road, around 100 yards West from the main traffic lights at the junction of Brook Street and Church Street.
There is on-street parking down the side of All Saints Church and towards the River Wharfe. There is also off-street parking nearby. At the central traffic lights in Ilkley, turn up Brook Street into the centre of town and take the first right into the main town car park. Once parked, you can walk directly back towards the main A65 via any of the small side streets leading North and a pedestrian crossing on the main road will take you to the small archway to the Manor House and courtyard.
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