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With over 700 years of history to discover and cobbled streets and ancient alleyways to explore, Hull’s Old Town is also home to the majestic Minster and many of the city’s free museums and galleries. It has also been the location of countless movies and TV series in recent years, including the award-winning ITV series Victoria and family favourite Enola Homes 2.
This ancient corner of Hull is also home to many of the free museums and galleries the city has to offer, including William Wilberforce House, birthplace of the world renowned politician, philanthropist, and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade.
Hull’s fruit market has become the centre of Hull’s independent revival, with a diverse food scene offering outdoor dining where the sound of gently lapping water and the tranquil bobbing of yachts make the perfect accompaniment to any meal or drink out with friends.
Peppered throughout the mediaeval cobbled streets of Hull’s old town and in the beautiful Victorian arcades, independent shops, cafes, and street food continue Hull’s ‘Be a little different’ theme. Hepworth Arcade, Trinity Market, and Paragon Arcade offer vintage clothing, fantastic vinyl records, traditional jewellers, and even a classic Joke Shop for modern or original lovers of times gone by, with the addition of a great place to stop for a bite.
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