Hull & East Riding Museum
The Hull & East Riding Museum traces local history from Roman times to the present, with new Anglo-Saxon, medieval and geology...
Built in 1927, Hull's lighthouse-ship once served as a navigation mark for ships entering the notorious Humber estuary. Now safely...
Streetlife Transport Museum
The well-preserved High St has some eclectic museums. The Streetlife Transport Museum has re-created 1930s streets, all sorts of...
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 – an atmospheric maze of small rooms, and an all-you-can-eat...
Lonely Planet review
Hull's biggest tourist attraction is The Deep, a vast aquarium housed in a colossal, angular building that appears to lunge above the muddy waters of the Humber like a giant shark's head. Inside it's just as dramatic, with echoing commentaries and computer-generated interactive displays that guide you through the formation of the oceans and the evolution of sea life. The largest aquarium is 10m deep, filled with sharks, stingrays and colourful coral fishes, with moray eels draped over rocks like scarves of iridescent slime. A glass elevator plies up and down inside the tank, though you'll get a better view by taking the stairs. Don't miss the cafe on the very top floor, which has a great view of the Humber estuary.