Scarborough Art

Find out all about the Scarborough art gallery including how to find them with directions from your home, their opening times and what’s on.

The Scarborough art gallery is a great place to visit for adults and kids, the art gallery has drop in workshops for all ages to help develop creative skills.

The Scarborough art gallery has a regular life drawing class and a Saturday morning art club held once a month. The art gallery has facilities for group visits including primary, secondary and higher education. For more details you can call them on 01723 374753.

Scarborough Art Gallery Information

The Scarborough Art Gallery is open Tue – Sun from 10am – 5pm including bank holidays. The gallery is located on The Crescent and their postcode for your satnav is YO11 2PW.

There are limited parking spaces at The Crescent close to the art gallery and you do have to pay. You would be better off parking in one of the town centre long stay car parks.

The two town centre long stay car parks are only a short walk away from the Scarborough Art Gallery. There is the North Street car park (YO11 1DE) and the St. Thomas Street car park (YO11 1DY). To park in these car parks the prices are £1.50 for 1 hour, £2 for 2 hours, £4 for hours and £5 for 24 hours and you can pay by credit card or with coins.

The Scarborough Art Gallery has a pre-school drop in workshop for children aged 0 – 5 years old every Wednesday during term time from 10:30 am – 11:30 am. There is no need to book you just turn up and start being creative.

The Saturday morning Scarborough art club is held once a month and looks at different styles of painting based on the collections that are in the gallery. The Scarborough art club is on from 10 am – 12 pm and you have to call the gallery to book a place.

To find out about the current exhibitions and events at the Scarborough Art Gallery head on over to their website.

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