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Fruit Market

Hull's historic Fruit Market is currently undergoing a revamp which will firmly set it as Hull's art and culture quarter! It is already home to a number of thriving new creative and cultural venues. With art galleries and live music, as well as boutique markets and fine dining, this rather retro location is now a hive of activity. Situated next to Hull Marina it provides access to fantastic restaurants, traditional pubs and stunning views over the River Humber. New for 2017 a temporary contemporary art space will be opening along Humber Street to add to the great variety of galleries on offer.

Fruit
Fruit is a unique venue in the heart of the Fruit Market. Hosting a variety of comedy, music and performance.
Dinostar
Visit Dinostar - Hull's exciting and interactive dinosaur museum for children!
Oresome Gallery
Oresome Gallery gives you the opportunity to make the jewellery of your dreams at workshops throughout the year.
Studio Eleven
Studio Eleven is more than an art gallery - here you can try your hand at classes throughout the year.
Museum of Club Culture
The world's first and only Museum of Club Culture opened in Hull in 2010.
KAG Gallery
Kingston Art Group has been providing an innovative environment for local artists for over 20 years.
Marina Hull

The Fruit Market sits adjacent to Hull's Marina. Here the fluttery sails and sounds of seagulls soaring overhead will soothe your worries away. A variety of eateries sit along the Marina so on a sunny day you can sit outside and enjoy the view and on a wintery day you can keep warm inside but still enjoy the view from the window.

The Fruit Market is also home to Hull's iconic event - Humber Street Sesh - a festival for the people by the people!

1884 DSK

1884 Dock Street Kitchen

Thieving Harrys

Thieving Harrys

Al Porto

Al Porto

1884 Wine and Tapas Bar

1884 Tapas Bar

Minerva

Minerva

Ceruttis

Ceruttis