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The Deep;

There are Lot’s of activities that one can engage in while in Hull. One of the biggest tourist attraction is The Deep, one of the best Britain’s aquarium. It is found in a colossal angular building that appears to be floating over the waters of Humber. Ten metres deep, sharks everywhere, colourful coral fishes not leaving out the moray eels that looks like scarves of iridescent slime. Hungry? Don’t miss the cafe on top of the floor, having a lovely scenery of the Humber estuary.

Hull’s Museums

The city has lots of free museums such as the Hull and East riding museum for archeology and local history such as the Streetlife museum, the Ferens art gallery not leaving out the great Wilberforce house, charting the history and struggles of slavery and its total abolition. The town also celebrates their fishing history in Maritime Museum.

Humber Bridge

The idea for this bridge was first drafted in the 1920s. It was opened to traffic in the year 1981 after a long hustle due to financial difficulties. This bridge is a so big that its huge vertical towers are marginally distant at the top than bottom. This is due to the curvature of the Earth. For sixteen years it was the world’s longest suspension bridge.

Trinity House

White frirgate leads to the oldest section of Hull. Trinity House founded in 1369 catered for the needy seamen and the sick too. In the year 1456 it served as their guild house and later in 1787 it became the location of the world’s first naval academy where it continues to serve.

Holy Trinity Church Hull

The largest parish church in the county accommodating a congregation of more than twenty two hundred. Its decorated and perpendicular styles, Gothic style windows and its fine tower, Holy Trinity was granted minister status by the Archbishop of York in 2017.

East Park Hull

Hull’s largest open space. The animal compound is comprised of deer, rheas, peacocks, wallabies and a variety of native Australian birds. Launched in 1887 whilst celebrating Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee, it encompasses a 130 arce parkland.

Arctic Corsair Hull

A former deep sea trawler ship, now a museum is dedicated to the history of deep sea fishing.

The Spurn Lightship.

It is permanently moored in Hull Marina. Almost 50 years just guiding ships safely through the Humber estuary with it’s great light, but now houses it’s own museum also.

Hull Maritime Museum

This is where you will explore Hull’s old Dock offices and discover very magnificent ship models and maritime art, whaler’s craft of scrimshaw, the famous shipping line and find out what made Hull to what it is today.

The museum houses fine collection of paintings, artifacts and models. Trawling, whaling and fishing exhibits. Various temporary exhibitions such as wildlife photography.

Hull’s Old Town.

This is a hidden treasure where the high street is surrounded by memoirs of Hull’s past. A towns secret dairy. Land of the Green Ginger where the infamous plotting parlour in Ye Olde White Hart, English civil war plotting locale. The actual spot where King Charles I was refused entry by the town’s governor by then.

Find also over 200 years of transport history complete with a replica of the 20th century street.

Heart Of Hull.

Queen Victoria Square is said to be the heart of Hull. If you want to visit Hull city Hall, The Maritime Museum or the Ferens Art Gallery.

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