Pannett Park, Whitby
Pannett Park, Whitby - Address
Address: St Hilda's Terrace, Whitby YO21 1RE, England
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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About Pannett Park, Whitby
If you are someone who finds peace of mind in midst of flowers and lush green gardens, you should definitely visit Pannett Park. With a new park for children and amazing flowers at display, this park is guaranteed to give you a worthwhile experience for the entire day for you and your entire family. Pannett Park also accommodates Pannett Art Gallery and Whitby Museum. Do not miss the panoramic view of the city from the terrace of the museum! Whitby Museum and Pannett Art Gallery open up at the same time and one should definitely visit both while in Pannett Park.
Pannett Park Information
- Do not miss the Whitby Museum and Pannett Art Gallery.
- Do not litter the park.
- If carrying eatables and drinks with kids, be extra cautious.
Pannett Park Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Pannett Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Museum and Art Gallery : 9.30 am - 4.30 pm
How To reach Pannett Park by Public Transport
- On foot or cabs can be hired from the station.
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Sadly we didn't allow enough time to enjoy the Whitby Museum. But, I will say the time we had there was very interesting, so many artifacts and a really good collection of paintings, many of which are by local artists. We will definitely have another visit and allow more time to see more of this very interesting museum.
The park is beautiful and the children's play area is fab, but we are here on holiday with our dog, and dogs are not allowed anywhere in the park, not even on a lead. Such a shame that excludes a third of the population from enjoying the park
It's a lovely place to walk with your kids especially now they have cleaned up the pond and put fish in and got the fountain running. There is a good play area at the top and loads of squirrels to see and completely free I think there maybe a small admission fee to go in the museum.
Went to the museum a number of years ago found it informative and well set out . Can't comment on the park as dogs not Allowed in even if kept on a lead , most dog owners are responsible people and all it would take is a few poo bins to be placed around
It the best museum I've ever visited,I didn't have time to go up stairs.I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the museum's collection.lovely staff,very helpful.I'm wishing I was there now.