Yes, first of all, there's the structure itself, which is so wonderfully over-the-top in style that it's hard not to be taken with it. If you want to discover more about the building, you'll find helpful information within its walls.
... and secondly, there's the friendly staff, volunteers all, who give a friendly welcome and have a nice line in knowledgeable chat about the museum, which they clearly love and have helped to put together and maintain with real enthusiasm.
... and lastly, there's the exhibits, a genuinely eclectic mix, from Great war memories (especially poignant for locals), to local history, both social and geological, to the lovely quirky 'Crafty Knitters of Settle' exhibits, knitted portraits of local architecture. Definitely one to make you smile..."