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Hull Minster Organ

Hull Minster Organ

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Hull Minster is a place where people come to worship, to seek moments of peaceful reflection, or to revel in its grandeur.

Once England’s largest parish church, Hull Minsters impact is jaw-dropping – it is simply an amazing place which dates back to the late 13th Century when Edward I granted the former settlement of Wyke a Royal Charter and re-named it Kings Town upon Hull. The church is therefore as old as the city itself.

We invite people to come to marvel at a huge structure still standing in remarkable condition more than 700 years after Edward’s finest masons began the enormous task of erecting one of the greatest churches of its time.
Remarkable history is everywhere here. At Hull Minster you can see the font where Wilberforce was baptised and view a written record of that event. You can see memorials to Hull’s fallen in two World Wars and other conflicts, including a book recording a number of local soldiers lost in the Great War. There are memorials to the many Hull lives lost at sea, including plaques commemorating the Triple Trawler Tragedy of 1968, which claimed 58 crewmen within three weeks.

But Hull Minster offers so much more than wonderful history and plays a key part in the cultural and community life of the great city of Hull. Standing in Trinity Square, listen to the music of the carillon, a special remote-controlled bell, chiming at 1.00am and 2.00pm daily.

Open to the public during normal opening times of the Minster:
Tuesday-Saturday: 11am-3pm
Sunday: 1pm - 3pm (the Minster is open to the public from 8:30am - 8pm for worship and visits)

Last orders are at 2:30pm.

We offer a wide range of catering options for events, tour groups and coach parties of all sizes. For more information contact the Parish Centre on 01482 224460 or
providing light lunches, homemade soup and bread, home baked cakes along with a refreshing cup of tea or coffee.

For specialist groups we can arrange for bell ringing, photography and history tours and we have a range of midweek services and groups.
We invite you to visit us. We promise you an amazing experience in a truly amazing place.
Coach Parties
Guided tours £5.00 for 45 minute tour of the church
Tower tour £7.50 for one hour visit
Guided tour plus tower visit £10.00 for one hour visit
Photography permits - suggested donation £3.50

Lunches pre booked,
A bowl of Soup with a roll and butter, A
cupcake & Endless coee/tea/ cold drinks £6.95
Include a half sandwich on the side £8.50

Afternoon Tea A selection of freshly made sandwiches,
Mini Quiches, Devon Scone strawberry
jam and whipped cream, Cakes and
Endless coee/tea/ cold drinks. £12.95pp

Cold Buffet Fork Lunch A choice of two cold meats.
Traditional Quiche Lorraine
Hot new potatoes.
Crusty bread.
A selection of salads,
choose 4 from the list Mixed green leaves with an oil dressing
Crunchy Coleslaw New potato salad with spring onions
Cucumber, pea, feta and mint with a balsamic dressing.
Tomato salad with a balsamic dressing.
Couscous with sultanas and almonds
Rice salad with diced vegetables
Fennel, orange and dill salad.
Include Baked Salmon into this menu & add an extra £5.00 per head.
Dessert Rich Chocolate Tart with whipped cream and raspberries,
Salted Caramel Cheesecake or Bakewell Tart.
£15 per head

All Day
A selection of cupcakes
Endless coee/ tea/ cold drinks £5.50pp
Fruit Scones, strawberry jam and whipped cream
plus Endless coee/tea/ cold drinks £5.50pp

Hot Lunch / dinner
Choose one main course and one sweet from the list below
for all your dining party, with the exception of vegetarian
which we can advise on request.
Homemade Lasagne served with Garlic bread.
Homemade Chilli con Carne served with rice and Garlic Bread.
Homemade Beef Stew with a herb dumpling,
served with crusty bread.
Oven baked salmon served with minted
new potatoes and mixed green leaves.
Dessert Salted Caramel Cheesecake
Rich chocolate tart with raspberries
Victoria sponge with fresh strawberries
Chocolate fudge cake.
All served with whipped cream.
£13.95 per head

Include a glass of prossecco, red, white or
rose wine ,with all the menus, add £5.00 per head.
Minimum 10 maximum 40
Not an exhaustive menu please contact Minster Kitchen
directly to discuss any other requirements for your party.

Telephone Number 01482 224460
Web address

Gift shopPicnic sitePublic toiletsWelcome HostWheelchairs available

Children welcomeDisabled accessDogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Dogs acceptedGuided tours for individualsFacilities for hearing impairedFacilities for visually impaired

Welcoming building within the limited restrictions of an ancient environment.

Opening details

Tuesday – Friday 11.00am – 3.00pm
Saturday - 9.30am - 3.00pm
Sunday 9.00am – 3.00pm

For a small charge we can open outside normal opening times so that you can have the church to yourselves. We need advance notice to make arrangements, so don’t hesitate to get in touch.



Market Place,



See location of Hull Minster on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: TA 099285  Lat: 53.74131 Long: -0.33516

By Road:
Follow brown tourist signs to Hull for 'The Deep'. Turn left at market place off A63.

By Public Transport:
Follow pedestrian street signs for Trinity Quarter, old town.


  • Gift shopGift shop
  • Picnic sitePicnic site
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Welcome HostWelcome Host
  • Wheelchairs availableWheelchairs available
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
  • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted
  • Guided tours for individualsGuided tours for individuals
  • Facilities for hearing impairedFacilities for hearing impaired
  • Facilities for visually impairedFacilities for visually impaired

Welcoming building within the limited restrictions of an ancient environment.