Scarborough Art Gallery
Scarborough Art Gallery, an Italianate villa built in the 1840s as part of The Crescent, houses Scarborough's fine art collection.
The Gallery has two rooms devoted to displaying works from the Borough's art collection. There are oils and watercolours of Scarborough, by artists from the nineteenth century such as James Wilson Carmichael and Atkinson Grimshaw. Also on display are nationally important artists from the twentieth century such as Ivon Hitchens and Matthew Smith.
The Gallery also has a lively programme of temporary exhibitions.
Special Discount Admission: Adults £1 pass (expires 31 December 2007) Free admission to children (16 years and under) Existing passes still valid
Link: Visit Website
Phone: 01723 374753
Location: North Yorkshire
Age Ranges: 0 - 18