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Hull - Suggested Days Out

Cultural Hull

Cultural Hull

Having filled yourself up with a tasty breakfast at your hotel why not take a short stroll along Hull Marina to the historic Fruit Market.

If you have an hour – Visit the Museum of Club Culture – the world’s only museum dedicated to celebrating nightclub culture and streetstyles from around the world.

If you have a morning – Once you’ve finished your visit to the Museum of Club Culture, browse the host of galleries, quirky shops, and a micro brewery. There are also several cafes and restaurants for a lunch stop.

If you have a day – After lunch head in the direction of Hull Old Town where you can admire stunning Georgian architecture, historic pubs and even take a ride on the only swinging footbridge in the UK which people can ride on. Take a peek at Hull’s Museum Quarter where you will find Streetlife Museum – dedicated to over 200 years of transport, Wilberforce House – the former home of William Wilberforce as well as the Hull and East Riding Museum and the Arctic Corsair – Hull’s last side winder trawler. After a culturally full day why not finish up with a visit to Hull’s iconic Truck Theatre to see one of their inspiring productions.

 

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Hull Hidden Gems

Hull’s Hidden Gems

After a pleasant night in your hotel take yourself off to Hull Old Town.

If you have an hour – take a walk back in time and admire the stunning Georgian architecture and take a ride on the only swinging footbridge in the UK which people can ride on.

If you have a morning – Once you’ve had your ride on the swinging footbridge, why not follow Hull’s Ale Trail, taking you round all the many historical pubs in the Old Town, you could even stop for a drink or meal at one of Hull’s many historic pubs? Ye Olde White Harte is allegedly where the English Civil War was started in 1642. The George Hotel is home to England’s smallest window – can you spot it?

If you have a day – admire the stunning Georgian architecture of Hull Old Town and take a ride on the only swinging footbridge in the UK which people can ride on. Why not stop for a drink or meal at one of Hull’s many historic pubs? Ye Olde White Harte is allegedly where the English Civil War was started in 1642. The George Hotel is home to England’s smallest window – can you spot it? After lunch take a look at Hull’s Museum Quarter where you will find Streetlife Museum – dedicated to over 200 years of transport, Wilberforce House – the former home of William Wilberforce as well as the Hull and East Riding Museum and the Arctic Corsair – Hull’s last side winder trawler. Then head to Trinity Quarter where you’ll find Holy Trinity Church, England’s largest parish church and Trinity Open Market on the first Friday of every month.

 

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Hull is Hip

Hull is Hip

So your bags are packed, your hotel is booked and you’re ready for a fantastic weekend at one of Hull’s largest events. Maybe you’re heading for Humber Street Sesh in the retro Fruit Market area or maybe you’re off to Freedom 2014 but don’t forget there are many more exciting things the city can offer you whilst you’re here.

If you have an hour – Visit the Museum of Club Culture – the world’s only museum dedicated to celebrating nightclub culture and streetstyles from around the world.

If you have a morning – Once you’ve had your fill of the Museum of Club Culture head for Hepworth Arcade or Paragon Arcade for vintage shopping and independent retailers.

If you have a day – Visit the Museum of Club Culture – the world’s only museum dedicated to celebrating nightclub culture and streetstyles from around the world then browse the host of art galleries, quirky shops and places to eat. Once you’ve enjoyed a bite to eat head for Hepworth Arcade or Paragon Arcade for vintage shopping and independent retailers. In the evening you could savour a culinary experience at 1884, Hull’s award winning restaurant. Or why not visit FRUIT, home to music and comedy acts from around the country.

 

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Hull the Waterfront City

Hull the Waterfront City

After a relaxing night in your hotel take a refreshing walk along the marina.

If you have an hour – Head to the Maritime Museum dedicated to Hull’s maritime history.

If you have a morning – Once you’ve had your fill of the Maritime Museum follow the Fish Trail round Hull Old Town taking in the Museums Quarter, home to the Arctic Corsair, Hull’s last sidewinder trawler, and over the only swinging footbridge in the UK which people can ride on.

If you have a day – Once you’ve enjoyed a tasty lunch at one of the cafes and restaurants along the waterfront why not head to The Deep, the world’s only submarium and home to a colony of Gentoo Penguins?

 

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Family Hull

Family Hull

Once the family have had a refreshing nights sleep and enjoyed a hearty breakfast at your hotel, make the most of the day.

If you have an hour – Take a stroll to Dinostar, Hull’s Dinosaur experience and home to a unique exhibition of dinosaurs and fossils.

If you have a morning – Pick the Fish Trail up and follow it to Hull’s Museums Quarter where you will find Streetlife Museum – dedicated to over 200 years of transport, Wilberforce House – the former home of William Wilberforce as well as the Hull and East Riding Museum and the Arctic Corsair – Hull’s last side winder trawler.

If you have a day – Continue the Fish Trail from Hull’s Museum Quarter, over the swinging footbridge and to The Deep, the world’s only submarium and home to a colony of Gentoo Penguins.

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