Have you ever wondered “what is Hull Trinity House?”
Are you curious about what is behind those walls and doors?
Come and learn about our history dating back to 1369 when Hull, formerly known as Wyke until 1299, was still a developing town. See rare and valued artefacts which include nautical memorabilia, furniture, artworks and treasures from around the globe.
Revel in the splendour of the various rooms on display including the fabulous Court Room with its gold leaf adorned ceiling and the Council Room with its traditional floor covering. View the renowned 400 year old Arctic canoe display. Discover our beautiful chapel and its history.
Tours are conducted by a dedicated team of Master Mariners & volunteers and last about 90 minutes. Tours will be conducted in 3 groups of up to 12 in each group.
|Mon 19 Aug||9.45am||£5|
|Mon 19 Aug||12.45pm||£5|
|Mon 9 Sep||9.45am||£5|
|Mon 9 Sep||12.45pm||£5|
|Mon 7 Oct||9.45am||£5|
|Mon 7 Oct||12.45pm||£5|
|Mon 18 Nov||9.45am||£5|
|Mon 18 Nov||12.45pm||£5|
|Mon 9 Dec||9.45am||£5|
|Mon 9 Dec||12.45pm||£5|
Trinity House Lane
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