As you may already know, the Yorkshire city of Hull has been officially celebrating with cultural events after winning the title as the UK’s City of Culture 2017. Over the years the city has gone from strength to strength, and now more so than ever there’s plenty to see and do – maybe it’s got you thinking about visiting the vibrant city for yourself and joining the millions who have explored the city this year. Here are just a few of the things to do in Hull…
Delve into the heart of Hull’s old town – the city’s medieval heart. Beautiful architecture and cobbled streets are steeped in history, and is where you’ll find atmospheric real ale public houses and Hull Minster.
- Indulge in some retail therapy
From small independent boutiques and shops to large shopping centres, Hull has something for everyone. North Point Shopping Centre is the one of the biggest shopping centres in the city, Princes Quay offer both high street giants and one-off, independent shops, whilst locally loved Hepworth Arcade is a Grade II arcade in the Old Town.
- Spend time browsing the free museums or top attractions
Hull is home to plenty of attractions to keep you occupied. Perhaps discover the eclectic Museum Quarter, a dynamic area home to an abundance of free museums. Discover those celebrating its maritime history, or one of the many galleries. Other top attractions include The Deep, one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world housed in a futuristic aluminium building.
Woods Tours have a day trip to Hull on Saturday 30th September 2017. Please click here for more information or to make a booking.