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Seven Seas Fish Trail

Seven Seas Fish Trail

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Find the fish; explore the city. Follow Hull’s unique pavement of fish, an A- Z of fish creating a tour of the historic Old Town.

41 pieces of sculpture made from traditional materials make up this impressive piece of public art. The artist Gordon Young created the trail of sculptures in 1992 - representing the actual size of fish with life size pieces, from a tiny anchovy to a 10ft ray. His sense of humour surfaces with the placing of a plaice in the market place, an electric eel outside the electricity sub station and a shark outside a bank...

The trail leaflet is free of charge and, if you complete the trail, you can receive a free certificate from Hull Tourist Information Centre.

Walk Route: Queen Victoria Square > Princes Dock Street > Posterngate > North Church Side > Market Place > South Church Side > Fish Street > Castle Street > Humber Dock Street > Victoria Pier > Queen Street > High Street > Aldred Gelder Street > Whitefriargate

Miles: 2

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Toilets Public toilets are located at Queen Victoria Square, Princes Quay Shopping Centre and on Victoria Pier.
Refreshments There are many places to stop for refreshments along the trail

Children welcomeDisabled accessDogs accepted

Open all the time



Hull Tourist Information Centre


1 Paragon Street,



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Map reference: TA 095287  Lat: 53.74319 Long: -0.34115


  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted