Whalley can mean:
- Whalley, Lancashire in England
- Whalley Range, Greater Manchester in England
- Whalley Range 11-18 High School, an all-girls school in Whalley Range, Manchester, England.
- Whalley, British Columbia, a district in the city of Surrey, BC, Canada.
- Allan Mark Whalley, real name of Boff Whalley
- Arthur Whalley (February 17, 1886 – November 23, 1952) was an English football player.
- Bert Whalley (August 6, 1913 - February 6, 1958) was a professional footballer for Manchester United from 1935 till 1946
- Boff Whalley, lead guitarist for the band Chumbawamba
- Edward Whalley (c. 1607 – c. 1675) was an English military leader during the English Civil War
- Gareth Whalley, an English born footballer who qualifies to play for the Republic of Ireland under the parentage rule
- George Hammond Whalley, (January 22 1813 – October 8 1878) was a British lawyer and politician
- Hampden Whalley (born 1851) was a British politician and soldier, son of George Hammond Whalley
- J. Irving Whalley (September 14, 1902 –March 8, 1980) was a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania
- Joan Whalley was the artistic director of Twelfth Night Theatre in Bowen Hills, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia from 1960–1976
- Joanne Whalley is an English actress
- Lawrence Whalley is Crombie Ross Professor of Mental Health in the University of Aberdeen, Scotland,
- Michael Whalley was a Republican member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives
- Nigel Whalley, a member of a band called The Quarrymen
- George Whalley, an accomplished Canadian man of letters
- Paul Whalley, a young London-based musician and composer
- Paul E.S. Whalley (fl. mid-late 20th century), British entomologist
- Peter Whalley, was a Canadian cartoonist and sculptor
- Shaun Whalley, an English footballer currently playing for Wrexham
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