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Ale Trail

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If you love a historic pub or traditional boozer, The Ale Trail takes you to some of the oldest pubs in the city which include George Hotel - Hull's oldest surviving licensed pub with the smallest window in England, Ye Olde Black Boy - Hull's oldest pub dating from 1337 and Ye Olde White Harte - Hull's most historic pub, allegedly where the Civil War started in 1642.

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Blue Plaque Trail

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Hull’s Blue Plaque Trail takes in everything from England’s smallest window through to the imposing Hull Minster. Travelling through the city centre, and onto the characterful Old Town and vibrant Fruit Market, you can complete the trail at your own pace.

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Cocoa Chocolatier (Chocolate Making)

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Since opening in 2015, residents and visitors alike have been enjoying Cocoa Chocolatier’s delights. From their ludicrously tempting artisan chocolates to an incredible, one-hour, chocolate making experience, Cocoa Chocolatier is the place to go for any chocoholic when visiting Hull.

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Dinostar

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Dinostar is Hull’s dinosaur experience. From the Tyrannosaurus rex skull to building your own volcano, enjoy an adventure back in time at this fascinating attraction for dinosaur lovers. And don’t forget to pick up genuine and replica fossils plus a great range of dinosaur toys in their shop.

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East Riding Museum

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Journey through 235 million years of history at the Hull & East Riding Museum. From prehistoric times to early modern Hull, discover what it would have been like to live in the region throughout time, meeting a woolly mammoth and exploring part of an Iron Age settlement along the way.

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Escape Hull

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Testing your problem skills and ability to work as a team, there are escape rooms across the city to suit all ages and abilities. Whether you play the good guys or the bad guys, you will have 60 minutes to complete fiendish puzzles, troublesome riddles and infuriating clues.

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Escape Room Hull

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Testing your problem skills and ability to work as a team, there are escape rooms across the city to suit all ages and abilities. Whether you play the good guys or the bad guys, you will have 60 minutes to complete fiendish puzzles, troublesome riddles and infuriating clues.

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Ferens Art Gallery

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With 12 galleries plus the Centre Court, there is a diverse range of art on display at Ferens Art Gallery. Regarded as one of the most important regional galleries in England, you can explore everything from the Renaissance and Baroque to modern and contemporary art.

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Fish Trail

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With the city’s fishing and maritime heritage, there’s no surprise Hull’s home to a unique, public art fish trail. Discover 41 fish across the city, starting at the City Hall and taking in the picturesque Old Town and thriving Fruit Market along the way.

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Guided Walking Tours

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From the picturesque Prince Street to the hidden Truelove sculptures, Paul Schofield’s Walking Tours are not to be missed. Whether you’re a regular visitor or you’re new to the city, Paul will guide you around the city’s best-loved and most beautiful sights as well as its hidden treasures.

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History Centre

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The fascinating collections at Hull History Centre cover a range of subjects which are synonymous with the city. Combining the collections of Hull City Council, the University of Hull archives and local studies resources the History Centre offers great access to these.

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Hotham's Gin School

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Hotham’s is a gin lovers paradise, founded and ran by gin lovers Emma and Simon. From their Original Handcrafted and award-winning Cardamom Gins to their unique gin-making experience, this micro-distillery is a fantastic insight into the process of making one of the nation's favourite spirits.

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Hull Maritime Museum

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The free to enter Maritime Museum is home to the stories that made Hull the city that it is today. Divided into three main categories of whaling, fishing and the merchant trade, the museum is full of artefacts exploring maritime activities from the late 18th century to the present day.

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Hull Minster

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At the heart of Hull’s historic Old Town sits Hull Minster. A place filled with its own history ready for you to explore. From grandiose architecture and stunning stained-glass windows to the gold-leaf detailed roof and unique pew oak carvings.

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Hull People's Memorial

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With an exhibition centre on Whitefriargate, Hull People’s Memorial has a range of artefacts that make up. From their hands-on collection of weapons to the Officer’s Dugout and Trench, the museum tells the story of Hull, its residents and soldiers, both at home and on the battlefield.

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Humber Street Gallery

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Humber Street Gallery is a contemporary art space located right at the heart of Hull’s Fruit Market. Spread across three floors, there is a continual programme of incredible exhibitions and events as well as a fantastic café and rooftop bar.

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ICE ARENA

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The versatile Hull Arena is home to an Olympic size ice rink. Whether you’re clinging to the sides at a public skating session, enjoying a game of semi-professional ice hockey, or watching a top name in music perform live, the arena has a varied events schedule throughout the year.

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Museum of Club Culture

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Opened by artists Mark Wigan and Kerry Baldry, the Museum of Club Culture is a space that explores the cultural significance of past and present nightclubs and streetstyles from around the world. As well as its permanent collection, the space often hosts temporary exhibitions.

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Museums Quarter

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Hull’s Museums Quarter is home to three incredible free museums: Wilberforce House, the Hull and East Riding Museum and the Streetlife Museum of Transport. They are situated just off the quaint cobbled streets of Hull’s Old Town and provide a great day out for the family.

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Oresome Gallery (Jewellery Making)

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Hull’s Oresome gallery offers a unique jewellery making experience and the opportunity to buy pieces that cannot be found anywhere else. If you believe jewellery is not just an accessory but something that represents who we are, then you’re in for a treat.

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Streetlife Museum

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Hull’s Streetlife Museum of Transport is home to everything from rare cars to a 1940s street reconstruction. With over 200 years of transport history spread across six galleries and occasional supporting events, this is an experience not to be missed.

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Take The Exit

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Testing your problem skills and ability to work as a team, there are escape rooms across the city to suit all ages and abilities. Whether you play the good guys or the bad guys, you will have 60 minutes to complete fiendish puzzles, troublesome riddles and infuriating clues.

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The Deep

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This award-winning day out for all ages is home to over 300 species and 5,000 animals, including penguins, sharks, turtles and rays. The Deep has become one of Hull’s leading attractions with a fascinating programme of events and is a must-see on a visit to the city.

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Wilberforce House

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Wilberforce House is the birthplace of one of Hull’s most famous sons, William Wilberforce. Exploring the story of Wilberforce himself, the transatlantic slave trade, it’s abolition and modern slavery, the museum is an exploration of the reality of life as a slave.

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