Webcam and What’s On

Whitby Webcam

Welcome to our world.

Get a flavour of the hustle and bustle of Whitby’s busy port through our Live Webcam.

Fusco’s Whitby Webcam – for a live view of the harbour from Quayside.

The webcam changes position approximately every 10 seconds to give you a fascinating tour: a general view of the harbour including the Abbey and St. Mary’s church, the Swingbridge, the Lifeboat, the 199 steps and the Piers.

Whitby weather report

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With its own coastal microclimate, Whitby’s weather often defies the Met Office by being better than predicted. Take a look for yourself.


Whitby Fish & Chips

The Fusco Family have been making great fish and chips for three generations in Whitby. Watch this fascinating video to find out how they intend to ensure this tradition carries on for generations to come.

Remember – you can click on the “Full Screen” button to enjoy the video in all it’s glory! And don’t be afraid to share 🙂


48 hours in Yorkshire!

Have a look at this lovely video for wonderful scenery of this idyllic area, not to mention some great places to see along the way!

What’s On

Check out the upcoming events in Whitby.

    • Whitby Goth Weekend 2018
      Whitby Goth Weekend 2018

      Whitby Goth Weekend has something for everyone with an interest in goth and all things alternative. It’s a celebration of non-conformity, diversity and freedom of expression. Click here for details.

    • National Fish and Chip Day 2018
      National Fish and Chip Day 2018

      Here at Quayside, we will be celebrating the National Fish and Chip Day in the restaurant in support of NEODA, our chosen charity, The Fishermen’s Mission and our industry. Visit www.neoda.org.uk/fishandchipday for further information.

    • Whitby 60’s Music Festival 2018
      Whitby 60’s Music Festival 2018

      If you are a fan of sixties music there’s nowhere better than WHITBY LIVE Music Shows & Festival on North Yorkshires magnificent east coast.  8th – 10th June 2018 Click here for details.

    • Whitby Soul Weekender 2018
      Whitby Soul Weekender 2018

      The ORIGINAL Yorkshire Soul Weekender Experience in the beautiful town of Whitby. Click here for details.

      Picture: Peter Church  Creative Commons

    • Captain Cook Festival

      A celebratory festival held in Whitby to mark the 250th anniversary of Captain James Cook’s first voyage aboard HM Endeavour to Australia and New Zealand, previously uncharted Southern Oceans. The Endeavour was built in Whitby in 1764 and the festival will see the arrival of tall ships in the harbour to celebrate the festival.

    • Whitby Regatta 2018
      Whitby Regatta 2018

      The Whitby Regatta 2018 – August 11th, 12th, 13th, presents to you, three days of entertainment, including yacht racing, rowing races and various free forms of entertainment as published in the official programme, finishing with a prize presentation and spectacular firework display. www.whitbyregatta.co.uk

      Picture: Colin Carter NYMNP Some rights reserved

    • Whitby Folk Week
      Whitby Folk Week 2018

      Offers traditional music, dance and song during August. Click here for details. 18th-24th August 2018

      Picture by Stephen Cordery licensed under creative commons.

    • Seafood Week 2018
      Seafood Week 2018

      Seafood Week is a nationally organised week to celebrate all things fish and seafood. Its a great opportunity to try something new. This years Seafood Week from run between 5th-12th October 2018. Keep an eye out on our facebook page for all the details!

    • Musicport
      Musicport 2018

      Musicport was established in 2000 to promote live music and music education in Whitby and the surrounding area with its primary event being Musicport World Music Festival each autumn.
      Over the last ten years the festival has grown year on year and has established itself as a prestigious event in the festival calendar. The 2018 festival will be held 19th-21st October. www.musicportfestival.com
      Picture: Brian Ledgard  Creative Commons