Celebrate Christmas at Trinity Market with traditional Christmas carol singers certain to get everyone in the festive spirit!
Almost all of our dearest Christmas traditions in the UK were adopted during the Victorian era, with the Queen’s adoring husband, Prince Albert, bringing the first Christmas tree to Windsor Castle in 1848.
Charles Dickens’ classic tale, A Christmas Carol, paved the way for a time of sending cards, gifts under the tree, figgy pudding and peace and goodwill to all!
Grab your lunch on the go from one of these delicious local market traders. After quite the regeneration, Trinity Market is back open for business, having re-emerged as a foodie haven with a host of street food goodness to tickle your taste buds. Situated in the peaceful surroundings of Trinity Square, the market is perfectly placed for picking up lunch on the go and enjoying the impressive sights of Hull Minster and its ambient mirror pools. On damper days, watch the world go by in the market’s indoor seating area, surrounded by the aromas of fresh food.