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The Old Town retains its Medieval street pattern, largely narrow and paved in granite setts. There's the Museum Quarter which is three free entry museums.The recently built Streetlife Mueum dedicated to transport and shops. The Hull and East Riding is based on the 1856 Corn...More
I have been visiting Hull for several decades now and always makes sure that at least one tour of the Old Town is included, rain or shine (the former much more likely than the latter...!). If it's sunny it's a bonus, but even if it...More
Perhaps I'm a little bit biased, but I love the old town of Hull, the little streets and side alleys, also the fish trail goes round this area too. Look up, as the architecture is beautiful. Museums, restaurants, cafés and the Minster in this area,...More
Let’s face it, on line shopping and a desire for glass covered malls appear in part to be responsible for the decline of our urban centres. We visited the very lovely Harrogate recently and were surprised by the number of empty shops and people sleeping...More
We kind of missed this passing through Hull last year so glad we stopped this time! We parked at the Deep for £3 all day and spent a very enjoyable rainy day exploring all the free museums and galleries here. They'v done a great job...More
Great area great bars restaurants and really friendly welcomes. Great value being genuine I haven’t really had a bad experience I have stayed local now for over a year and almost feel like a local visit you will not be disappointed
Had no expectation of Hull...had never been before; or knew too much about it.
Stunning!!! The Old Town, including Fruit Market area; is an absolute delight to stroll around. So much has survived and is now being incorporated into new enterprises.
The cobbled streets &...More
Anna I am actually from Hull but I would recommend either the premier Inn just across the bridge alongside the lion and key a short still from the old town it is great to hear from people from outside coming to our great... More
Anna I am actually from Hull but I would recommend either the premier Inn just across the bridge alongside the lion and key a short still from the old town it is great to hear from people from outside coming to our great town and enjoying all that is on offer
Its about a 15 minute walk for a healthy person to get to its furthest point and when you get arrive you will find a lot of museums like William Wilberforce slavery museum , the transport museum , east riding museum , some... More
Its about a 15 minute walk for a healthy person to get to its furthest point and when you get arrive you will find a lot of museums like William Wilberforce slavery museum , the transport museum , east riding museum , some nice pubs and from there you can easily reach " The Deep" . The museums are free ( check for sunday openings) and the transport museum is particularly good. ( I live in Hull) .