Pickering Beck Isle Museum of Rural Life is an independent charitable trust responsible for local and social history of Pickering and the surrounding area. It is an accredited museum.  It was started by a group of enthusiastic volunteers in 1967 and has grown from occupying two rooms in the 18th century building to filling the whole site with 27 different displays in the main house and in outbuildings off the courtyard. It is run mainly by volunteers with one full-time member of staff. Welcoming around 8000 visitors per year it is a highly regarded social history museum and much loved asset for the local community.

Beck Isle Museum join the Prosper North community as part of Edition 3.