Have you ever wondered why we renovate some medieval buildings but others become ruins? The key is people.
Holy Trinity Church, now Hull Minster, dates back 738 years, and it is still in use today by the people of Kingston upon Hull. At one time, everyone who lived in Hull could fit inside!!!
Join us on Heritage Open Days when the building will come alive with activities for all ages. From treasure hunts, tower tours, a heritage fair, face painting, and free craft stalls where you can try out heritage activities,
Throughout the day our programme of entertainment includes:
The Town Crier,
The Police Band,
Punch and Judy,
Situated in the heart of Hull's Old Town, Trinity Square is the former home of one of Hull's biggest markets. The Hull Minster stands proudly at one end, and after a huge regeneration project, the square has become a hive of activity, playing host to many local events.