Below is just a taste of some of the cities top places to visit if you have arrived on one of our trains to Hull and are in search of some culture.
One of the main landmarks of the city, the Humber Bridge is a suspension bridge and is over a mile in length. It was opened in July 1981 and is a short walk from the city centre. Walking across the Humber Bridge is an enjoyable stroll as you take in some wonderful views of the River.
Contains 40 sharks, 3,500 fish, 2.5 million litres of water and 87 tonnes of salt, which means there is plenty to scare, wonder and delight at in this marvelous Hull aquarium of all things watery. Visit The Deep website for more information
Ferens Art Gallery
Ferens Art Gallery houses an eclectic collection of art from the medieval period to the present day. It is home to plenty of heavy weight names, from Frans Hals to Stanley Spencer and David Hockney.
Holy Trinity Church
A 15th Century church in Hull that's home to the beautiful marble font that the pioneering William Wilberforce was baptised in. Not to mention the huge windows and rare organ!
The Museum Quarter
A cluster of museums in the heart of Hull 'Old Town' to keep you occupied for hours. Whale skeletons, re-created 1930s streets, the Arctic Circle and a history of slavery to name but a few offerings.