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Explore Hull’s Craft Odyssey

This historical itinerary takes you on an informative (and tasty!) tour of Hull.

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The Yorkshire Brewing Company offer unique tours of their facility, giving visitors an insight into how they use local produce in their real ale which is then sold to local pubs, bars and restaurants, as well as supplying local events such as CAMRA’s annual festival. You will have the opportunity to taste some of the different beer and ale and also bring a few bottles away with you as a souvenir.
Brewery Wharf - Yorkshire Brewing Company

Brewery Wharf at Yorkshire Brewing Company

A venue for entertainment and bands in Hull's former Fruit Market area.
 

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The Mission Public House – The Mission first opened its doors in 1926 as a Seaman’s Mission and still retains many of its original features including a library with a variety of old books and a stunning stain glass window which offer a poignant reminder of its religious past.
The Mission

The Mission

Located in the heart of Hull's historic Old Town, it opened its doors in 1926 as a Mission to Seamen and re-opened as a public house in 1995.
 

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Join our knowledgeable guide on a 2 hour guided walk and discover the Hull Ale Trail. Situated in Hull’s Old Town amidst a labyrinth of cobbled street, alleyways and staithes, the Hull Ale Trail takes you to some of the oldest pubs in the city including:
The George Hotel - home to the smallest window in England
Ye Olde Black Boy – Hull’s oldest pub dating back to 1337
Ye Olde White Hart – Hull’s most historic pub, allegedly where the English Civil War started following Charles I being turned away from the city by parliamentarians and leading to the Siege of Hull in 1642.
Paul Schofield

Tour Hull

Old Town Walks An informal tour through Hull's historic quarter, with its stunning architecture, wide expanses of water, and absorbing anecdotes. Find out about Robinson Crusoe, Land of Green Ginger, William Wilberforce, and much much more.
 
 

Details of Brewery Wharf at Yorkshire Brewing CompanyBrewery Wharf at Yorkshire Brewing Company

A venue for entertainment and bands in Hull's former Fruit Market area.

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Contact

Brewery Wharf
Tel: 01482 618000

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Venue

Yorkshire Brewing Company

Brewery Wharf, 70 Humber Street, Hull, HU1 1TU

See location of Yorkshire Brewing Company on Google maps.See location on Google maps.     Map reference: TA 099282
     Lat: 53.73906  Long: -0.33527

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