Significant in Britain’s political and commercial life for more than 700 years – Hull or “Kings Town”, as it was called in the 13th Century, continues to thrive. Today it’s a vibrant waterfront city with a modern European feel - one that’s proud of its rich heritage and brimming with culture and creativity.
Hull truck theatre
Hull Truck Theatre offers a vibrant, year-round programme of award-winning entertainment. From ground-breaking drama and stand-up-comedy to family - there’s something for everyone.
Saint Stephen’s shopping centre offers a mix of high street brands and leisure activities including cinema, gym and a number of restaurants, bars and cafes.
Hull Interchange is an integrated rail, bus and coach station in the city centre.
Prospect Shopping Centre has a huge range of stores to complete your shopping experience, with fashion, health and beauty, electronics, jewellery, homeware and much more!
Hull is renowned for its maritime history and you can learn about the city's links with the sea at Hull's Maritime Museum.
FERENS ART GALLERY
The Ferens Art Gallery is home to one of the best regional collections of art in the country as well as hosting top-name touring exhibitions, from Da Vinci to Warhol. It’s just undergone £5.1m refurbishment.
Princes Quay is a multi-purpose shopping centre in Hull City centre. Home to a number of retail outlets, art galleries, a cinema, bowling alley and range of eateries.
HULL CITY HALL
The Hull City Hall prides itself on presenting a kaleidoscope of first rate events, making it Hull’s most versatile venue. It showcases some of the finest rock, pop, comedy and tribute bands. Hull New Theatre has now re-opened after a £16million refurbishment.
Historic Trinity Quarter
Home to a great range of specialist stores, Hull Minster and the Victorian Hepworth's Arcade.
Hull's history comes alive on the cobbles of the Streetlife Museum. Hop on a tram or take a carriage ride to York!
Explore Hull's rich heritage and how modern life thrives side by side with history. Hull Old Town is home to most of the city’s award-winning free-to-enter museums and stunning Victorian architecture.
HULL & EAST RIDING MUSEUM
Discover a mysterious crew of wooden warriors, an Iron Age Village and our horde of Viking treasure at the Hull & East Riding Museum.
Wilberforce House is the birthplace of William Wilberforce – Hull’s most famous son. The former MP led the movement to abolish the slave trade in the British Empire.
The historic Fruit Market has been transformed into a new hip area, filled with restaurants, traditional pubs, microbreweries and gin distillery alongside art galleries, live music venues and independent shops.
Hull Marina opened in 1983 on the site of the former Railway Dock and Humber Docks. The marina is home to 270 berths and during the summer plays host to the city’s Jazz and Sea Shanty festivals.
Home to over 3500 fish, sharks, stunning marine life and plenty of activities for all the family.
KCOM is the flagship stadium of Hull and East Yorkshire. With a total seated capacity of 25,586 it is home to Hull’s football team, Hull City AFC and one of the rugby teams, Hull FC.
The University of Hull is one of the oldest in the UK, founded in 1927. The University is investing £200m in its facilities, £30m on building luxury student accommodation, £10m on sports facilities and £28m to create a brand new health campus.
hull ferry terminal
Hull ferry port in England is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Rotterdam & Zeebrugge available. With a selection of up to 14 Sailings Weekly, the port of Hull connects England with Holland & Belgium.
The Humber Bridge isn’t actually in Hull but it is an iconic part of the Hull skyline – so we have to include it. It was the longest single-suspension bridge in the world when it opened in 1981.