Hull is a vibrant city which has celebrated being City of Culture 2017. We’ve got fantastic eateries, places to grab a drink and lots of history. Why not add onto your visit to Hull Minster some of the other brilliant nearby highlights of Hull?


The Deep & Hull Maritime Museum

The Deep is one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world, home to thousands of fish and a colony of Gentoo penguins. The Hull Maritime Museum also showcases Hull’s maritime connections.


City Walking Tours

Paul Schofield leads guided walks in Hull (and Beverley too) that show off all the area has to offer. Try exploring the rest of the Old Town, sample the city’s best pubs, or follow Hull’s literary history. Tours run regularly from the City Hall.


Museum Quarter

Learn about our city’s history and heritage in one of Hull’s museums, starting in the Museum Quarter where you can explore Hull’s history from 250,000 BC to today and come face to face with a wooly mammoth. Then head to the Wilberforce Museum to celebrate his legacy as a MP and champion of the abolitionist movement at his birthplace Wilberforce House.


Trinity Market

As our neighbours, this is definitely not one to miss! Situated in the peaceful surroundings of Trinity Square, the market is perfectly placed for tantalising your taste buds. On damper days, watch the world go by in the market’s indoor seating area, surrounded by the aromas of fresh food. They host a variety of themed days and nights throughout the year.

There is so much more to explore and enjoy in Hull.