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Kingston Upon Hull Sights and Landmarks Guide, United Kingdom


The Hull and East Riding Museum is located in the Museums Quarter.  It has many exciting natural history and archaeology exhibits which include a collection of the only East Yorkshire dinosaur bones and Medieval artifacts.

Address: East Riding

Phone: 44 (0)1482 613-902

Maister House allows visitors a small peek into the residential style of a Regency Era merchant.  The house was rebuilt in 1743 as a merchant’s home but today it is let out as an office building.  The entrance hall and staircase are available for viewing.

Address: 160 High St.

Phone: 44 (0)1482 324-114

The Ferens Art Gallery opened in 1927 contains several award-winning permanent collection exhibits.  There are also live art programs, tours, workshops, and a Children’s Gallery.

Address: Queen Victoria Square

Phone: 44 (0)1482 613-902

The Deep is an underground aquarium, or Submarium, with interactive modules that give information on the world’s different oceans according to time, depth, and latitude.  There is also an underwater lift ride and a walk beneath Europe’s deepest aquarium.

Address: East Riding

Phone: 44 (0)1482 381-000

Beverley Minster began as a small church in the 7th-8th century A.D. but soon developed into a monastery.  The building was restored in the 18th century by a Baroque architect; however, some of the 15th and 16th century updates still exist.  These include the west front and the choir miserichords.

Address: Beverley

Phone: 44 (0)1482 868-540

 Sewerby Hall and Gardens is a 19th century home and 50 acre park overlooking Bridlington Bay on the Flamborough Heritage Coast.  The home and park include a zoological garden, an art gallery, a museum, an adventure playground, and bowling, golf, and cricket areas.

Address: East Riding

Phone: 44 (0)1262 677-874

Beside the Seaside Museum gives visitors a historical sketch of life in the seaside resort town of Bridlington.  Exhibits include a Victorian carriage and conversations in a breakfast room at a 1950’s lodging house.

Address: Queen St., Bridlington

Phone: 44 (0)1262 608-890

Burnby Hall Gardens consists of two large lakes surrounded by eight acres of gardens.  Lying atop the lakes is the largest display of water lilies in a natural environment in the world.  The gardens also house a museum devoted to the world tours of Major Stewart in the early 1900’s.

Address: East Riding

Phone: 44 (0)1759 302-068

The award-winning Hornsea Museum is a living and changing exhibit of North Holderness village life from the early 1700’s to the World War II era.  The evolution of illnesses, characters, personalities, trades, tools, etc. is on display.

Address: East Riding

Phone: 44 (0)1964 533-443


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