This huge neoclassical building dates from 1916 and houses vast areas of polished marble, and oak and walnut panelling, plus the Hull...
Hull & East Riding Museum
This museum traces local history and archaeology from Roman times to the present, with Anglo-Saxon, medieval and geology galleries.
Built in 1927, this lighthouse-ship once served as a navigation mark for ships entering the notorious Humber estuary. Now safely retired...
Olde Black Boy
A favourite watering hole of poet Philip Larkin, Hull's oldest pub has been serving ale since 1726. Oak floors and roof beams, dark-wood...
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...
Old Town information
Hull's Old Town, whose grand public buildings retain a sense of the prosperity the town once knew, occupies the thumb of land between the River Hull to the east and Princes Quay to the west. The most impressive legacy is the Guildhall , a huge neoclassical building that dates from 1916.