Welcome To The Pannett Art Gallery

The Art Gallery was a gift to Whitby from Alderman Pannett “for the reception and preservation of my water colour drawings, and works of art.”

Afternoon, Whitby, - during lockdown by Colin Cook

The Fylingdales 89th Annual Exhibition at Pannett Art Gallery

Paintings, Drawings and Original prints.


28th September – 21st November 2021.

The Bridge at Staithes (1902), by John Bowman

There is always a selection of work by the amazing Staithes Group of Artists on display. These British Impressionists painted as a group, in Whitby and along the Yorkshire coast, c. 1894 – 1909.

Pannett Art Gallery is set in the peaceful and charming grounds of Pannett Park in the centre of Whitby. The gallery has an eclectic mix of 19th and 20th Century paintings on permanent display.



Pannett Art Gallery Exhibition Programme 2022

Future exhibitions will include:
Pannett Art Gallery Collection
8 Feb – 13 March
Juneau Project Community creative consultation
– exploring the Esk
1 March – 13 March
Tindale Photography competition
16 March – 1 May
CCW exhibition
7 May – 12 May
Richard Lees – Printmaker
17 May –10 July
Whitby Art Society
12 July – 21 August
Environmentally themed Open Exhibition
23 Aug – 9 October
Fylingdales Group of Artists
11 Oct – 27 November

Please note: all dates are correct at time of going to press.  Please contact the gallery to confirm before making a special journey.


Christmas Closing Times

  Closed Until the 8th February 2022.   The art gallery phone number is temporarily unavailable, if you need to contact us by phone please call us on 01947 820227.  
Rowing Boat on the River Bank, George Weatherill

Two generations of Weatherill artists painted in Whitby and area throughout the 19th and early 20th Century. We have an extensive collection of their intricate and delicate paintings on display in the Weatherill Gallery.


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