The Swan in nearby Addingham stages free music evenings most Saturdays, details below.
Acoustic nights are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
There are a wide variety of things to see and do in and around the town.
If you would like to combine your visit to Ilkley with an overnight stay at The Riverside please get in touch to check availability.
A visit to Ilkley would not be complete without afternoon tea at the world famous Betty’s Tea Rooms. A very popular location so be prepared to queue during busy times.
Heritage Open Day: Come and explore the historic Manor House discovering features from different periods in history, with family fun: opportunities for dressing up, exploring clocks and helping make a grandfather clock and your own clock to take home, with games to play, in celebration of local clock maker Prior of Nesfield. This is linked with church next door which is exploring the clock in the tower and the clockface embedded below it in the churchyard. Light refreshments will be available.
Sat 9 Sep: 1330-1630.
Manor House Art Gallery & Museum, Castle Yard, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 9DT
Saturday 9 Sep 2017
Heritage Open Day: Circular walk to see moorside settings and villas from gardens and street and hear about the history of some of the houses
Sun 10 Sep:1430.
Westwood Lodge, Wells Road, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 9JF
Sunday 10 Sep 2017
As part of Ilkley Arts Festival, Cantores Olicanae choir will be performing the Mozart Requiem in November with Skipton Camerata orchestra. Prior to this, the choir are hosting an OPEN REHEARSAL of the Requiem on Tuesday 26th September. The rehearsal is open to anyone who enjoys singing, or who has always fancied ’having a go’ or, who simply loves Mozart Requiem! We look forward to welcoming you to come and sing with us. For further details and to book a place, please ring 01943 872689 Visit website for further details of the choir and future concerts.
7.30 – 9.30pm
St Margarets Church Hall, Queens Road, ILKLEY, West Yorkshire LS29 8PN
Tuesday 26 Sep 2017
Can you imagine what life would have been like for the farmhands who worked here hundreds of years ago’ Join us as one of the finest barns in northern England is brought to life in this family friendly session and learn all about what life was like for the workers and farm animals at East Riddlesden Hall. Join us in the discovery of this historic treas. Booking Not Needed.
A National Trust Event – Start 14:00. End 14:30.
Free Event but Normal Admission Charges Apply.
Check website for latest information.
East Riddlesden Hall, Bradford Road, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 5EL
Sat 2 Sep, Sat 9 Sep, Sat 16 Sep, Sat 23 Sep, Sat 30 Sep, Sat 7 Oct, Sat 14 Oct