Ferens Art Gallery
Has works by Stanley Spencer and Peter Blake.
Housed in the former dock offices (1871), the Maritime Museum celebrates Hull's long association with the sea.
This huge neoclassical building dates from 1916 and houses vast areas of polished marble, and oak and walnut panelling, plus the Hull...
If you're more into pubbing than clubbing, try a pint of Black Sheep at this lovely 200-year-old pub down by the waterfront. On a sunny...
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...
Castle St · interesting places nearby
Spurn Lightship information
Built in 1927, Hull's lighthouse-ship once served as a navigation mark for ships entering the notorious Humber estuary. Now safely retired in the marina, it houses an engaging exhibition about its own history, and offers an interesting contrast between the former living quarters of captain and crew.