Hull Minster is at the heart of the historic Old Town and has been a part of Hull’s footprint since the late 13th century.
No matter which direction you approach the Minster from, you will be struck by its grandiose architecture. However, the best place to truly appreciate the presence of the building is from Trinity Square to the west. It is a space which allows you to reimagine the way you see the Minster through the use of reflective pools.
However, the real beauty of Hull Minster is revealed inside. From the William Wilberforce marble font made in around 1380 to the stained-glass windows which are illuminated with biblical stories, there is an abundance of history to be explored. Visitors can spend time gazing up at the gold-leaf detailed nave and chancel roof, examining the floor carvings dedicated to notable local people and searching for the 7 Thompson mice amongst over 100 other fine, unique oak carvings on the pews.
Once you’ve discovered the wonders of Hull Minster, why not enjoy a refreshing drink in their café or take a look at their events programme which includes the impressive Hull Minster Tower Tours.