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Things to do in Whitby

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Ranked #1 of 20 attractions in Whitby
Category: Specialty Museums
Owner description: A virtual visit to Dr Frankensteins laboratory with Geissler Tubes, Bouquet Tubes, Railway Tubes, Jacob's Ladder, telegraph... more » Owner description: A virtual visit to Dr Frankensteins laboratory with Geissler Tubes, Bouquet Tubes, Railway Tubes, Jacob's Ladder, telegraph system, early x-ray tubes and many more crackling spark, electric flame laden demonstrations. Showing the education of the young Victorians, using many of the static accessories and rare artefacts, as used by them. We hope your visit here will prove interesting, stimulating and will give an insight into this largely extinct branch of science. « less
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Ranked #2 of 20 attractions in Whitby
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Ranked #3 of 20 attractions in Whitby
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Ranked #4 of 20 attractions in Whitby
Category: Museums

Whitby Museum is set up in beautiful Pannet Park - it would be easy to miss - but don't! Its quite large and has several sections, all spilling over into each other which gives it... more »

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Ranked #5 of 20 attractions in Whitby
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Ranked #7 of 20 attractions in Whitby
Category: Parks
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Ranked #8 of 20 attractions in Whitby
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites
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Ranked #9 of 20 attractions in Whitby
Category: Museums
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Ranked #10 of 20 attractions in Whitby
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Ranked #11 of 20 attractions in Whitby
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Ranked #12 of 20 attractions in Whitby
Category: Museums
Owner description: Winner of the 2013 VisitEngland Gold Award for Excellence! Visit the house where the James Cook came to serve his seaman's... more » Owner description: Winner of the 2013 VisitEngland Gold Award for Excellence! Visit the house where the James Cook came to serve his seaman's apprenticeship. The handsome 17th century house on the harbour belonged to Cook's master, the Quaker shipowner, John Walker. It was here in the attic that the family lodged thier apprentices when not at sea serving the London coal trade.The Museum's rich collection celebrates Cook's achievements and the work of those who sailed with him - sailors, scientists and artists.See letters in Cook's own hand, original paintings and drawings, ship models and maps, and strange objects from newly discovered lands.Special Exhibition for 2014 - 'Australian Encounters! Charting a Continent'. Cook and his successors completed the chart of the continentss coastline and marvelled at the strange new creatures they saw - 'unlike anything encountered before!'. « less
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Sandsend Beach (Sandsend)
Ranked #13 of 20 attractions in Whitby
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Ranked #14 of 20 attractions in Whitby
Category: Lighthouses
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Ranked #15 of 20 attractions in Whitby
Category: Biking Trails
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Ranked #16 of 20 attractions in Whitby
Category: Theaters
Owner description: Situated on the Cliffside overlooking Whitby Bay this unique venue offers a range of different spaces, catering for a host of... more » Owner description: Situated on the Cliffside overlooking Whitby Bay this unique venue offers a range of different spaces, catering for a host of events.The Pavilion Theatre boasts an atmospheric Victorian interior, combined with the modern dance and concert hall, to play host to a number of arts and leisure activities. Stage shows, dances, major festivals/concerts, fund-raising and children's events, exhibitions and conferences, not to mention a whole range of private functions, meetings and community events.Catering facilities are available for every event from pre-theatre drinks to daytime refreshments and gala dinners. The glass atrium, which houses the permanent café area, has stunning panoramic sea views from Sandsend Nab through Due North to Whitby's east and west piers. « less
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Ranked #17 of 20 attractions in Whitby
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Ranked #19 of 20 attractions in Whitby
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