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Scarborough Art Gallery

Scarborough Art Gallery by Scarborough Museums TrustScarborough Art Gallery by Scarborough Museums Trust

Scarborough Art Gallery, an Italianate villa built in the 1840s as part of The Crescent, houses the Borough's fine art collection and tells the story of Scarborough and feature seascapes, views of the town and local landscapes by artists including, H.B.Carter, Frank Mason and Ernest Dade. The Gallery also displays works by Lord Leighton, Ivon Hitchens, Matthew Smith, Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious.

The Art Gallery has a lively temporary exhibition programme that features contemporary work by professional artists. The exhibition programme is accompanied by events, talks and activities for families.

£3 Annual Pass allows entry to both the Rotunda Museum and Scarborough Art Gallery  Under 18s visit for free


Street parking available outside the Gallery (charges apply).

The Gallery only has partial wheelchair access. The downstairs Scarborough Collections, shop and café are accessible but there is no lift access to the first floor temporary exhibitions.

Toilet facilities are available on the first floor.

Induction loops and large print versions of interpretation materials are available.

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