Pannett Park, Whitby
Categories: Nature & Parks
Enjoy urban tranquility at Pannett Park, built on land purchased by local philanthropist and politician Robert Pannett in 1902. This public park, which includes an art gallery and a museum, is a favorite leisure spot for locals and visitors alike. Set a little time aside for a visit to Whitby Museum, which narrates the city’s fascinating history and displays the famous "Hand of God" (a dried and pickled hand of a man hanged for committing murder). Walk out onto the museum’s terrace to enjoy views of the city and the iconic Whitby Abbey. The park is also noted for its manicured gardens, sprawling green lawns, and wooded areas. Take a look at our Whitby itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Pannett Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Lovely well maintained park. Situated just 5 minutes walk from Whitby town centre. Lovely walks several benches and nice place to visit. Very tranquil with lovely flower beds and different areas. Ther... read more »
Gardens beautifully kept and quirky little areas of interest kept us guessing. Steep slopes at bottom end but museum/ art gallery end nice n level. Lots of benches for restful contemplation giving spl... read more »
Beautiful and quiet park. Lots to explore and looks like a hugely fabulous kiddies playground....I was jealous I must say ! Very well kept grounds with lovely plants. Little surprises around every cor... read more »
Wonderful modern up-to-date park, with lots of interesting things.
Nice outdoor play area but be warned that dogs aren't allowed in the park which is a shame.
Very good park and flower clock bed trees good views over whitby
Beautiful park, shame dogs aren't allowed.
Excellent new large pirate/boat themed playground. Well worth visiting of you have young children.
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