The City of Hull

Hull is a bustling city in Yorkshire, a stones throw away from some of the UK's most picturesque countryside and expansive coastline. The city has been totally revamped in recent years, offering something for everyone from busy art galleries, bars and restaurants to lively music venues.

As a former UK City of Culture, Hull enjoys annual film, comedy, music and science festivals and is bustling with restaurants, bars and entertainment for you to enjoy.

  • Bars & Restaurants

    Bars & Restaurants

    The Fruit Market is the place to find the city's best bars and restaurants. You'll find pizza, burgers, steak and fresh sea food. Also, make sure to check out Hull Marina which has undergone a massive development over the past few years and boasts a wide variety of bars and restaurants that can rival the best in the country.

  • Music


    The Marina and Humber Street are host to Humber Street Sesh, Hull's biggest local festival where you can see 200 liver performances every summer.

  • Galleries, Museums & Aquariums

    Galleries, Museums & Aquariums

    Take a walk through the Animal Education Centre to see Peacocks, Wallabies, Ostriches, Emus and Ponies. The Deep is one of the UK's biggest and most spectacular aquariums. You can see over three thousand fish and learn about the world's oceans.

  • Sport & Leisure

    Sport & Leisure

    Go boating on East Park lake or hire a rowing boat or canoe for the River Hull. Hull also boasts several well-known sports teams such as Hull City football club and Hull FC rugby club that both play out of the MKM Stadium near Hull city centre.

  • Shopping


    Paragon Arcade is one of the most unique shopping areas in the UK. It's a hub of innovative local retailers all with a different story to tell, including Beasley's; an independent shop that offers vintage and new clothes that represent the city's indie style.

  • Travel & Transport

    Travel & Transport

    Daily ferry crossing to Belgium and the Netherlands give you the chance to easily and cheaply explore Europe. Why not spend the day in Amsterdam?


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