Visit Hull

Situated on the banks of the Humber, Hull, or Kingston-Upon-Hull as the city is formerly known as is a tourist's wonderland. Scattered with areas of historical interests as well as a major port of the United Kingdom, Hull was awarded the UK City of Culture in 2017. In this article, we will tell you about the different places to visit in hull as well as give pointers on how to find suitable accommodation in the city.

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What is there to do in Hull?


Rich in history and culture, one of the most popular tourist attractions of Hull include Hull Maritime Museum and the Museum Quarter. Located in the historical Dock Offices, the museum houses exhibits related to fishing and maritime adventures ranging from as early as the Bronze Age.


Next on our travel itinerary would be another cultural masterpiece... High Street and Wilberforce House. Wilberforce House, the house where William Wilberforce, one of the principal voices against slavery was born is today a museum which houses various artefacts related to the slave trade around trans-Atlantic region till its abolition. High Street is also home to several other historical houses, which transport the traveller to a different era thanks to their Georgian architecture and furniture.


Next on our must-visit list is of course the picturesque Humber Bridge. The world's second largest suspension bridge, this is an engineering masterpiece. Close to the Humber Bridge is the Viking Way, a beautiful walking trail that stretches to about 140 miles. While we are here, the Tidal Surge Barrier needs a special mention as well. Built to protect the main city of Hull against the high tide, this area is today home to a very popular Farmer's Market.


Why should you book a beautiful country house hotel to stay in?


If you are in Hull, choose to live the history of the land instead of just visiting it. The country houses of the region offer wonderful facilities of accommodation. Rich in history, with sprawling greens around, a number of these Georgian mansions have today been converted to B&Bs or hotels with a wide range of modern amenities. Soak the luxury of a bygone era as you relax in the lap of nature while being just a stone's throw away from one of the most bustling cities in the United Kingdom!


Merging the best of history, culture, and modern engineering, it is hardly surprising that Hull boasts of being one of the most popular visiting spots within the United Kingdom and gifts its visitors with memories to take back home forever!