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#2 of 4 things to do in Brough
... 360 hides, there are also a couple viewing screens so plenty of opportunities for viewing the birds that are on site, there isnt a visitor centre, but apart from that, this is a good site and well worth a visit.
Great reserve and expanding

Beverley Minster

Beverley 9.6 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Beverley
It is so well worth a visit to this fabulous church, this is where my eldest daughter married & my niece sang a stunning operatic piece from the heights of this amazing Church, the sound was truly wondrous, it is...
Free entry to this wonderful building, and we enjoyed a lovely walk round; there is a lot to see; you can also sit in the cafe seating area and make yourself a drink for a donation, while the children colour.

Streetlife Museum of Transport

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.9 mi away
#1 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Great day out for all ages lots to see great picnic area The Victorian Christmas and Christmas markets is great lots of little bespoke stalls and some great things going on
I would highly recommend and we were so surprised it's free entry too ..loved the old arcade where kids n big kids like us could reminisce and play space invaders ..well done to all that runs this museum it's fab

Beverley Westwood

Beverley 9.3 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Beverley
Beverley Westwood is such a lovely place to go for a country walk, with or without your dog, on your own, as a couple or as a family, it is easy to park and the walks are lovely, there are the free roaming cows th...
Beverley westwood is a beautiful open parkland in Beverley.It is open to the public and still has grazing rights for cattle which graze freely and walk across the road infront of cars and wander around freely.The...

St. Mary's Church Beverley

Beverley 9.6 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Beverley
There is a white rabbit (possibly the inspiration for Alice in Wonderland rabbit), a hidden church mouse, fascinating history, gorgeous architecture and art, friendly volunteers...it's a great place to spend an ho...
A superb church well worth a visit.Can be hired for a wedding at a really reasonable price,would be a great venue.Like most churches relies on donations to survive.Do visit its lovely and make a small donation.

Hull's Old Town

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.9 mi away
#2 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
The local vegatarian restaurant Hitchcocks is an experience on its own, well worth a visit, you could stumble across a little gem here and participate in a selection of home made veggie food goodies.
Hull Old Town is a step back in time with modern exhibits in its fantastic museums and tasty treats in its fantastic bars.

East Park

Kingston-upon-Hull 11.3 mi away
#3 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
excellent day all round best park in hull I love it enough to walk round all day for all the family activities from animals to duck ponds rides splash boat food ice creams shops at most entrance or exits perfect .
Beautiful gardens , cafe and great play area for children .The park also offers runs Saturday morning , this is a fabulous event for all ages, abilities etc .Mums and Dads with prams welcome .

Hull & East Riding Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.9 mi away
#4 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
A journey through time working your way through various influences on the area over the centuries, wonderful exhibits and some hands on stuff for the kids, love the exhibits showing how people lived and worked and...
... Hasholme Boat which is 2,300 years old - a giant oak logboat that sank while loaded with a cargo of wood and beef.. Great for children and adults alike, it is easily missed but well worth a visit and it is free.

Hull Minster

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.7 mi away
#6 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
This exhibition is well worth a visit The Sistine Chapel in the Vatican in Rome is a truly wonderful place These amazing reproductions of the paintings allows us to look much closer at these amazing works I really...
What a surprise when I found that this has now been designated Hull Minster, is open to the public and has extremely helpful volunteer guides who really couldn’t do enough to my our visit special.
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Hull Maritime Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.6 mi away
#8 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
A quaint museum with fascinating historical exhibits depicting Hull's amazing maritime past - including their whaling and shipping stories which cannot fail to enthral8.
Hull maritime museum is well worth a visit, free entrance with lots to see the ncluding the window of poppies in remembrance to all the British who fell during world war 1. Inside a life stories of shipping, fishi...

The Humber Bridge

Kingston-upon-Hull 8.3 mi away
#9 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
A great time and expense saver,get across the river Humber in a matter of minutes,although its a toll bridge still much cheaper than driving round to get into Lincolnshire,plus you have the wonderful views from th...
Shaped like an aircraft's wing to deflect the wind stresses it has a walkway/cycleway along both sides so it is great to walk or cycle along its full length both methods being toll free.
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Hull Marina

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.5 mi away
#10 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Attractively regenerated this area is well worth a visit with easy flat walking , boats to see, a glimpse of the Humber, lots of crafty shops, and cafes and restaurants.
we were in hull for the weekend visiting family and the sights of the city of culture 2017,very nice to walk around and the sun was shining!lots of places to eat and drink,and things to see.

Wilberforce House Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.9 mi away
#11 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Visited this highly well presented and very thought provoking museum - well worth a visit with displays and explanations about what Wilberforce did and the lengths he had to go to do it.
There is a wealth of information, set out attractively & accessibly, on the house, the history of slavery, Wilberforce’s political battle to end the slave trade, the Middle Passage, the slave experience, the after...

North Lincolnshire Museum

Scunthorpe, UK 10.5 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Scunthorpe
Well worth it, plenty of interactive activities for the kids, quite a lot of steel works history, fossils, household implements, cremation urns, world war II... a wide range of displays.
... on offer was extremely friendly and helpful and the fun offered was free which was a brucey bonus although we did make a donation on the way out!:) a good day was had by all of us and we will visit again!:)

Ferens Art Gallery

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.5 mi away
#12 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Brilliant Art Gallery, what a surprise with wonderful pictures, we thought it was an amazing place well worth a visit.
Note: like all the major museums in Hull, this was free entry with some lovely volunteers to deal with any queries.

East Riding Treasure House

Beverley 9.5 mi away
#5 of 18 things to do in Beverley
Always worth a visit as the displays are always being updated.The museum shows the history of the area with activities for the children.
Something for all ages and a constant change of exhibitions.

Humber Car Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 10.1 mi away
#14 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
We were fortunate enough to have our own personal tour of some amazing cars with a feast of information shared from a passionate about Humber's guide.
Excellent visit - will be sadly missed

Hornsea Beach

Hornsea 10.2 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Hornsea
A lovely clean beach to wander and look for treasures or just to sit and get lost in your thoughts, i love this beach in summer and winter
Dogs are allowed on all of the beach from September to March, with a stretch of beach being inaccessible to dogs between March & September - suffice to say, I love the coastline and the relative peace & quiet of t...

The Ropewalk

Barton-upon-Humber, UK 6.0 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Barton-upon-Humber
The gift shop is lovely to walk around but the things in it are quite exspensive, there's another part too where the paintings sketches and pictures for sale, i love art so it was a feast for they eyes.
Beautiful art exhibition; jewelry and craft items for sale; interesting garden area and all that history.

Brigg Garden Center

Brigg, UK 13.3 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Brigg
... hours here, lovely restaurant serving really good food, or coffee and cakes, the plants they sell are so beautiful and such amazing choices, there’s everything for your garden and home, it’s well worth a visit.
Lovely visit with the Grandkids to the best Santa's Grotto we've ever been to, very well organised, ran like clockwork & great customer service (we had a long journey and got held up so phoned to let them know and...

Queen's Gardens

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.6 mi away
#16 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Beautiful gardens, but more than that, home to the Robinson Crusoe Plaque, lovely fountains, small Duck lakes and the Hull Tapestry these gardens are well worth a visit and in sight of Queen Victoria's Square so n...
The Solar Gate installation is well worth a visit especially when the sun is shining!

Howden Minster

Howden 12.2 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Howden
It’s one of the very few minsters in Yolanda has lots of history and modern art.
What a stunning place and well worth a visit and howden itself is lovely.

Hull History Centre

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.7 mi away
#18 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Amazing photo exhibition and well worth a visit!
I highly recommend this exhibition for all ages, adults and children alike.

Waters' Edge Country Park & Visitor Centre

Barton-upon-Humber, UK 5.9 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Barton-upon-Humber
There are so many educational displays about the local area, a place for kids to play, great cafe (delicious soup), fantastic views of the Humber Bridge, a place to feed and watch ducks, a nice gift shop that sell...
This is a nice building with a shop/information desk at the entrance, a range of tourist information for all areas of the UK and then information about the wildlife in the area and the eco-friendly features of the...

Humber Bridge Country Park

Hessle 4.8 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Hessle

Wilderspin National School

Barton-upon-Humber, UK 6.3 mi away
#3 of 11 things to do in Barton-upon-Humber
Plenty of parking, great for school visits or just a morning or afternoon with the children, well worth a visit.
Well worth a trip, especially as there is an excellent cafe on site.

North Bar

Beverley 9.6 mi away
#7 of 18 things to do in Beverley
Well worth a visit dating back to 1409 there is a plaque on the left had side with all the details of when it was built and how much it cost

Beverley Market

Beverley 9.6 mi away
#8 of 18 things to do in Beverley
Cleaners, shoes, boots, picture frames, purses, bags,plants, garden ornament, sweets, nuts, you mane it they have it, the list is endless, great atmosphere and nestled right in the middle of the lovely cobbled tow...
Beverley is famous for its traditional markets which take place on both a Saturday and a Wednesday, every week; in fact, a thriving market has existed in Beverley for centuries as it sold the produce from the loca...

20-21 Visual Arts Centre

Scunthorpe, UK 10.0 mi away
#7 of 15 things to do in Scunthorpe
Free entry too.. Often have a range of exhibitions, sometimes interactive which is fun with kids.
Visit more regularly than that and enjoy the fab cafe and prowl the gift shop.

Coronation Garden

Beverley 9.6 mi away
#9 of 18 things to do in Beverley
These are well maintained gardens with plenty of seats, and lots of interesting information boards dotted about.