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Hull

Hull

Kingston upon Hull is an attractive city located within East Yorkshire, with easy access to many national trails and idyllic open spaces and many opportunities for walkers, cyclers and wildlife watchers to get out exploring. There are a number of nearby surrounding market towns and seaside villages to be discovered as well as a whole host of exciting attractions and landmarks to see within the city. The area also has a lot of fascinating history, stretching back to the Roman occupation of great Britain, up until the Great Wars – which devastated Hull during the ‘Hull Blitz’ from which the city rallied to become the forward-looking metropolitan centre that it is today.

We love Hull because...

  • Great walking trails
  • Fascinating history
  • Fantastic conservational aquarium
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Hotels
Hotels in Hull
Mercure Hull Grange Park Hotel
Grange Park Lane, Hull HU10 6EA

This 4 star hotel is just a short drive away from Hull city centre and offers a luxurious stay in an enchanting 19th century manor house.

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£ 80.00pp
Mercure Hull Grange Park Hotel
Grange Park Lane, Hull HU10 6EA

This 4 star hotel is just a short drive away from Hull city centre and offers a luxurious stay in an enchanting 19th century manor house.

In and around Hull

The Deep Aquarium

Located on Hull Marina, lies one of the best aquariums in the UK, taking you on a journey to explore the world’s oceans from the Antarctic to tropical lagoons. Learn through a range of interactive exhibits and videos as well as the underwater tunnel with a huge variety of marine life swimming before your very eyes. An environmental, conservational charity – The Deep is a not for profit organisation dedicated to educating the public on the ocean and the issues it faces.

Holy Trinity Church

The largest church by floor area in the whole of England, this impressive structure is a wonderful example of Gothic architecture with pristine medieval brickwork. The building dates back to the 14th century and has remained much unchanged throughout the years. The leader of the campaign to abolish slavery in the UK, William Wilberforce, was baptised here.

Ferens Art Gallery

Displaying some of the best works, spanning the early medieval period up until modern times – with an ever-changing roster of guest exhibitions being featured throughout the year. Take your time making your way through the 12 galleries and admiring the unique and extensive collections featuring many famous artists such as Muriel Ward and Phillip Wilson Steer, as well as up and coming artists from the local area and a children’s gallery.

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