To make the most of the exhibition and your time with Hull Minster we recommend allowing 2-3 hours to explore the exhibition and the Minster fully.
To gain entry into the exhibition you it is recommended to book tickets. Spaces are limited per hour and therefore we cannot guarantee entry without one. To book your free ticket, please visit the exhibition tickets page.
During the exhibition our events programme continues and we are pleased to host a variety of specific events relating to the exhibition. For full details visit the events calendar.
+ Getting to Hull Minster
Hull Minster is easily accessible on foot from the rest of the city centre and is located in the heart of the Old Town. We encourage visitors to arrive at Hull Minster by public transport but a variety of parking options are availble within walking distance to the Minster. For more specific details visit our travel arrangements page.
We welcome guide dogs throughout the exhibition. The exhibition is located across several floor levels however, these are all accessible by wheelchair via the ramps.
During the exhibition we will have specific sessions dedicated to be low noise and with fewer people. These must be booked in advance due to limited availability.
There are toilets available within the Minster. A Changing Places toilet is located in Trinity Market (50m). Please note, this is only accessible during the market's opening hours.
Our volunteers will be available throughout the exhibition to help answer your questions. An audio guide is also available to purchase for during your visit.
Our Minster Shop also stocks a variety of literature relating to the exhibition.
+ Gift shop
Our Minster Shop offers a variety of postcards, books and gifts related to the exhibition. We also sell a variety of other Hull Minster related items and Christian literature.
The Minster Kitchen is open daily and serves a variety of refreshments and lunches. Why not try a lunch or snack off our Sistine Chapel inspired menu?
The Minster is at it's core a place of worship. Therefore, the exhibition is closed on Sundays to allow services to happen. During the week there may a service taking place during your visit. You are welcome to join in the service but we ask kindly that you are considerate of this whilst viewing the exhibition.
During the exhibition, the Broadley Chapel will be accessible for prayer and quiet reflection for anyone to use. You can light a candle in here and spend time quietly reflecting. If you would appreciate someone to pray for you, please notify a volunteer who will be able to assist you.