Hull Destination Guide
Lying on the junction of the river Hull and the Humber estuary, Kingston-Upon-Hull is one of the most charming Northern England towns. One of the most affected towns during the World War II bombings, Hull was able to bounce back to become the thriving commercial and cultural centre it is today.
With areas ranging from the historic Old Town to the museum quarter and the scenic marina, Hull is a multi-faceted city, offering something to suit all tastes when it comes to tourism and culture. Attractions within the city include the East Riding Museum, where guests can see Britain's longest surviving prehistoric longboat, the Transport Museum. the Maritime Museum and the Ferens Art Gallery. The Freedom Festival, the Hull Global Food Festival and the Hull Fair, one of the largest travelling funfairs in Europe, display the more fancy-free side of that Yorkshire town, and will no doubt appeal to those looking for memorable and exciting experiences.
With plenty of character and a lot to offer, Hull is undoubtedly one of the prime tourism destinations in the North of England, and one Britannia Hotels is proud to operate in.