Hull & East Riding Museum
This museum traces local history and archaeology from Roman times to the present, with new Anglo-Saxon, medieval and geology galleries.
Wilberforce House (1639) was the birthplace in 1759 of politician and antislavery crusader William Wilberforce. It is now a museum...
This fascinating museum contains re-created street scenes from Georgian and Victorian times and from the 1930s, with all sorts of...
Hull New Theatre
A traditional regional theatre hosting popular drama, concerts and musicals.
Hitchcock's Vegetarian Restaurant
The word 'quirky' could have been invented to describe this place. It's an atmospheric maze of small rooms, with an all-you-can-eat...
Low Gate · interesting places nearby
This huge neoclassical building dates from 1916 and houses vast areas of polished marble, and oak and walnut panelling, plus the Hull Tapestry, which records the city's history (on view near reception).