Need a rest from the hubbub of Whitby harbour, head to Pannett Park just a short walk from the harbour, stunning floral displays carefully laid out gardens, plenty of benches basked in sunshine populated with wildlife and not too many seagulls (who can be noisy). Enjoy a packed lunch, or visit the cafe in Pannett Museum. Once refreshed you could... 更多
We were staying in an apartment in Upgang Lane and regularly walked through this park to get to the sea or the town. It is so lovely to wander through the dappled light and see the trees and flowers in their various stages of development. There are creative sculptures too. The only disappointment perhaps was the lily pond which needed... 更多
Lovely inner city park with great views of the valley and hills opposite. A clean tidy gem that is worth a visit and perhaps a picnic. A little oasis to escape, from trecking the cobble stone streets and eating fish and chips.
The play area is fantastic. Quite possibly the best one I have very been too. Gardens are beautiful and sadly missed the jurassic garden. Museum was a typical victoriana collection of curiosities - different things at every turn. Fossils were great including a box of things you could handle.
A nice area to chill after visiting the attractions of Whitby. It has different areas with sundials, floral clocks, ferns, rose arches, Japanese water garden and some sculptures. Well worth a relaxing sit down.
Beautiful gardens to wander round and explore.Steep in some places but plenty of seats to rest and have picnic.A tea room is also in there as are toilets and a free art gallery to browse around.No dogs are allowed in there.
Found out about Pannett Park thanks to the staff in Beckett's Coffee shop (Skinner Street - well worth a visit) and went along there with our 4 year old Granddaughter. The play park is excellent, with a number of activities for the kids to play on. There is also a museum and art gallery (with a loo). The gardens are... 更多
visited the Whitby museum within the park, it contains a treasure trove of really interesting artefacts, fossils, captain cook articles and loads more, definitely worth the entrance fee.......we could've walked in without paying as the staff were too busy smoking at the entrance to the museum, the stink had drifted inside the building-the museum had only just opened so why... 更多