The World of James Herriot’ is once again opening its doors to local people for free next month.
All Hambleton residents are being offered free admission to the £1.4 million Thirsk attraction for two days.
But the offer is only valid on production of proof of residency such as a utility bill or driving licence.
“I hope residents will take up this offer,” Leader of Hambleton District Council, Coun Mark Robson, who is supporting the weekend.
“Not only can they look around the recreated 1940s home but they can see the latest addition to the centre – a life size bronze statue of Alf Wight (James Herriot) set in the garden of the attraction.”
Previously owned by the local council, the World of James Herriot is now a privately operated company whose management aims to develop it and attract more visitors.
The free days are 23 and 24 January 23 and 24 - the centre will be open from 10am until 4pm (last admission 3pm) and tickets are limited to two adults and two children per household.