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Royal Hotel Hull
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Royal Hotel Hull
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Royal Hotel Hull
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Things To Do in Hull

The Museum of Club Culture

The Museum of Club Culture

Humber St, Hull

Fans of clubbing will not want to miss the opportunity to visit this unique museum, which offers fascinating insight into club culture and all it encompasses.

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Hull & East Riding Museum

Hull & East Riding Museum

High St, Hull

From admiring mammoth skeletons to traipsing through an Iron Age village or a Roman bath-house, the Hull and East Riding Museum gives visitors the chance to take a trip through several different periods in history, and get a first-hand look at how human beings lived in those times. A fascinating experience, not to be missed when visiting Hull.

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Hands on History Museum

Hands on History Museum

S Church Side, Hull

Egyptian history and Victorian society come together at the Hands on History museum, where visitors can also gain a little more insight into the history of Hull as a town. The authentic Egyptian mummy is perhaps the highlight of the museum, but there is plenty more for visitors to see, do and explore as well. An excellent choice for a family day out in Hull.

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Dinostar - The Dinosaur Experience

Dinostar - The Dinosaur Experience

Humber St, Hull

One of Hull's best-kept secrets, Dinostar allows visitors to interact with real dinosaur skulls and bones, making for a fascinating outing for pre-history enthusiasts. From Tyrannosaur skulls to Triceratops bones, there is plenty for dino-buffs to be excited about in Yorkshire's first and only dinosaur-centric attraction.

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Skidby Windmill

Skidby Windmill

Beverley Rd, Skidby, Cottingham

Visitors to Hull who want to see inside a windmill will no doubt be thrilled by the opportunity to do so at the Skidby windmill. A grade II listed building dating back to the 19th century, this unique attraction offers visitors the chance to get acquainted with real Yorkshire rural life, as well as admire some striking views of the Wolds.

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Fort Paull

Fort Paull

Battery Rd, Paull, Hull

Yorkshire's only remaining Napoleonic fort allows visitors to experience what military life was like in those days. With historic reenactments to take in and five hundred years of history to learn about, Fort Paull is a must-see attraction for military enthusiasts visiting the Hull region.

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Spurn Lightship

Spurn Lightship

Castle St, Hull

After half a century spent helping boats and ships navigate the Humber River, the Spurn lightship took on a second life as a museum vessel, allowing visitors to see inside a real guide boat and get a feel for what life was like on board. Along with the Arctic Corsair, one of the must-see attractions for navigation enthusiasts visiting Hull.

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Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church

King St, Hull

A quaint Anglican church in the centre of Hull, Holy Trinity church is well worth a visit by admirers of gothic architecture, or those simply wanting to enjoy a few moments of peace and quiet.

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Hull Maritime Museum

Hull Maritime Museum

Queen Victoria Square, Hull

Located in Queen Victoria Square, at the heart of Hull, the Maritime Museum offers visitors the chance to become acquainted with the town's maritime heritage. Boasting a complete whale skeleton as its main centre-piece, this museum nonetheless offers plenty more for visitors to see and do, making for an ideal family day out in Hull.

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Wilberforce House

Wilberforce House

High St, Hull

The birthplace of famous anti-slavery advocate William Wilberforce, this museum offers a fascinating insight into the history of slave trade, as well as West African culture in general. History buffs passing through Hull and wanting to become more acquainted with slavery and society's efforts to abolish it cannot pass up visiting Wilberforce House.

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Ferens Art Gallery

Ferens Art Gallery

Queen Victoria Square, Carr Ln, Hull

Recently re-opened after extensive refurbishing, Ferens Art Gallery once again allows art enthusiasts visiting Hull to take in a number of visually striking pieces, from the Old Masters to more contemporary names. With regularly changing exhibitions and a full programme of events and tours, Ferens Art Gallery is undoubtedly a highlight for art buffs visiting Hull.

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Arctic Corsair

Arctic Corsair

High St, Hull

Nautical enthusiasts will not want to miss the opportunity to eee inside Hull's last sidewinder trawler. Along with its complementary visitor centre, the Arctic Corsair offers a fascinating insight into what it is like to live at see.

Please note opening times are limited. See City Council website for more information.

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The Deep

The Deep

Tower St, Hull

One of the biggest aquariums and sea life centres in Britain, The Deep will undoubtedly delight fans of marine life. From penguins to sharks, tropical fish, and soon also sea turtles, The Deep offers an impressive assortment of animals, and will no doubt make visitors feel like they are in the midst of a deep sea expedition.

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Streetlife Museum of Transport

Streetlife Museum of Transport

High St, Hull

Two hundred years of road transportation converge in one spot: the Streetlife Museum of Transport. Visitors will be able to experience what it looked and felt like to walk the streets of Hull throughout the ages, in what will undoubtedly be an unmissable and unforgettable experience for transport enthusiasts.

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