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St Mary's Church

Next to the Abbey, Whitby YO22 4AU, England
+44 1947 606578
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Full-Day North Yorkshire Moors and Whitby in Winter from York
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  • Poor1%
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“box pews” (87 reviews)
“tier pulpit” (28 reviews)
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Next to the Abbey, Whitby YO22 4AU, England
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+44 1947 606578

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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a place of history and the staff were welcoming and happy to answer the numerous questions we had. St Mary's is a very old church with such a great and interesting story. Well worth a visit.

Thank John F
Reviewed 3 days ago

visited st marys really takes you back in time has a presence that makes you feel your being followed was and is a visit you must make

Thank kevin m
Reviewed 6 days ago

well worth a visit. The history of this building is amazing.its a peaceful place and very atmospheric.You get a sense of the people that have gone before and how they lived in the town which is fascinating.

Thank bevandy2
Reviewed 1 week ago

This church has to be seen to be believed - it's absolutely amazingl! Not in a decorative or even tasteful way but as a timeline for the history of Whitby. The Cholmly pew dominates with its barley-twist ugliness - the enormous chair of the whaling...More

Thank ChrisPduck2
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

ThEllen church is huge inside. Very different to any other church I have been in with the blocks of pews and lay out. There's a nice little gift shop too. We'll worth the long climb up the 199 steps to see it.

Thank Catseyes2017
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went here with family and had a good look around church and grounds ,very unusual seating inside but lots of interest and history and grounds with amazing views over harbour also a small shop on entrance selling gifts.nice to have a look around getting your...More

Thank realdeal_9
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wow, this was extraordinary. Never having seen a C of E church of its type before, it seemed strange to see seating organised with places for strangers and visitors amongst those obviously set aside for family groups. Pity about the plastic floral arrangements.

Thank Kiwi_Cath
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A great little church , the doors were open so we went in for a visit .Its a lovely place with some very different features. The pews are all enclosed boxes ,unlike most churches. The set outs very different on a few layers. Well worth...More

Thank gothicwax
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely little old church that you can visit either before or after the abbey. You can light a candle for loved ones inside for a small donation.

Thank Welikethelakes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have visited this church before and always get a sense of history here. I find it has a lovely peaceful atmosphere

Thank Sunny092
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Mrsdannibean1983
1 August 2017|
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Response from Veronica058 | Reviewed this property |
sorry I have no idea but I do remember it is an active church so you should check on service times on Sundays
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