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#2 of 9 things to do in Hessle
there are plenty of paths to choose places to sit and have a picnic and even a small beach enclosed ideal for a dog to have a safe swim.
But there's loads of routes through the forest, a pond and information boards with nature learning available all around.
#1 of 9 things to do in Hessle
It felt very relaxed but on the other hand was very organised too.The coffee and cake were exceptional.
My older son loved choosing the designs for him and his brother, lots of fun.

Streetlife Museum of Transport

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.4 mi away
#1 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Thanks for this fantastic museum what a gem and for free,it’s so interesting takes you back to your childhood a happy place to while away a good few hours child friendly and good for the disabled.The staff are ver...
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

South Cave Falconry

South Cave 8.8 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in South Cave
Great surroundings - knowledgeable staff - beautiful birds, alpacas, goats, ducks,rabbits, guinea pigs,wallabies,chickens - The Hawk Walk was prebooked and absolutely excellent, fantastic walk through the woods hu...
It finished off with feeding all the birds, rounding off an absolutely brilliant experience, enhanced by the encyclopaedic knowledge and charm of the expert falconer, Poppy.

Beverley Minster

Beverley 8.1 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.

East Park

Kingston-upon-Hull 6.1 mi away
#3 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
We’ve enjoyed visiting East park on lots of occasions, free parking is a huge bonus, the play park is top notch, kids love looking at the animals too, lots of open spaces for picnics and play, they often have fair...
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 .

Hull Truck Theatre

Kingston-upon-Hull 3.9 mi away
#7 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Brilliant performances from the actors with a superb script the show was hilarious from start to finish.
Excellent theatre, amazing staff and a great afternoon, thank you.

Hull Marina

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.0 mi away
#10 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Just a 5 minute walk brings you into the Old Town and museums quarter, where you can immerse yourself in the rich and colourful history and uniquely independent culture of this much derided northern city.
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.

The Humber Bridge

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.1 mi away
#9 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
... will have hrs of fun, rambling, climbing, biking, a great place to spend an hour or all day,take a picnic, have an ice cream along the river edge, stroll along the foreshore, you can even have a refreshing dri...
Lovely walk across the Bridge from Humber Bridge car park on North Bank to the Barton visitor centre, fabulous food in the cafe and return walk approx 5-miles in total and a lovely break from reality
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Beverley Racecourse

Beverley 8.4 mi away
#4 of 18 things to do in Beverley
day had by all .Top class great facilities and excellent course enclosures, and magnificent luscious green track ,family friendly Big thank s. to the team at beverley race course.
This venue is ideal for a visit to a typical English race course , ladies day gives everybody a good day out and an excellent chance to dress up in their finery .

Hull Minster

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.2 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...
A beautiful church but with it’s recent ‘makeover’ in 2017 for Hull’s City of Culture year, it is now outstanding and now has ‘Minster’ status with lovely, calming water features outside also lovely seating outsid...
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Beverley Westwood

Beverley 8.3 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Beverley
... it is easy to park and the walks are lovely, there are the free roaming cows that are lovely, there is a food and ice cream truck in the summer and it is close to the little historic town, well worth a visit
Access is free for all comers and despite a golf course of classic country style being on part of the land an evening stroll to the highest point of the area will be very rewarding as you take in the beautiful vie...

Hull Maritime Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.1 mi away
#8 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
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...
This is a real interesting place to visit in the city centre: Turner exhibition Detail of the whaling history Relevance of the ports and docks Free entry and helpful staff make this place really worth visiting.

P&O North Sea Ferries - Hull to Rotterdam

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.5 mi away
#15 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
We had a four day minibreak in Amsterdam which was excellent value for money and a great experience.The staff aboard the Pride of Rotterdam were so lovely, kind, helpful, friendly and professional, they made the t...
The buffet was particularly good value as it included soft and hot drinks, and a brilliant selection from carvery, curries, Chinese, pasta, salads, and much more - plus yummy desserts!

The Deep

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.3 mi away
#13 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Loved it here been few times before but the penguins where great they had good information on feeding time about them too Very informative Fish are amazing Very well looked after Just wow Great for all ages It's a...
Love the idea of an annual pass that means we can revisit for free for a year Highlights for me were the penguins who are so lively and full of personality, also the new turtles are beautiful and fascinating to wa...
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Hornsea Beach

Hornsea 4.6 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Hornsea
The good thing for families is the fact you have restaurant at bottom of walk, fish shop and eatery, coastal type shop, paddling pool for children, the pub, then the Hall and Cafe, plus the memorial garden further...
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

Hull's Old Town

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.4 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.
We managed to see the Maritime Museum; Hull City Hall; Ferens Art Gallery; The Tourist Information Building; Queens Gardens; Peoples Memorial Museum; Land of Green Ginger; Streetlife Museum; Wilberforce House Muse...

Hull & East Riding Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.4 mi away
#4 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
From the Ice Age; Woolly Mammoth; through to excavations of Iron Age & Bronze Age settlements; 3500 year old boats silted up in the Humber; and to Roman Villas complete with their mosaics and a stunning Roman glas...
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...

P&O Ferries

Kingston-upon-Hull 6.4 mi away
#20 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
... and then the return trip we upgraded to the club room and again another lovely room All staff on board are really helpful and nice We had breakfast which was great with plenty of choice fab time thank you
Fantastic New Years Eve Celebrations , Party night on the Ferry !! VIP Package which was excellent value for money , double bed in cabin ,bouquet of fresh flowers , mini bar contents in Club Class .

The KC Stadium

Kingston-upon-Hull 2.6 mi away
#21 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
I visited here as i was attending a football match ,and i was very impressed by the stadium ,wasnt that far from the centre of Hull either i was able to walk to the stadium from the hotel which i was stopping at b...
Match days always have easy access and the usual wide concourses to join the long queues for beer or food, or to join the long toilet queues (too many beers!!).

Hull History Centre

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.3 mi away
#18 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Amazing photo exhibition and well worth a visit!
It gives a real insight into history through the ages to appeal to the younger generation.

Wilberforce House Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.4 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.
Loved the mixture of exhibits- seeing the home of Wilberforce , finding out about his life and work and of course gaining insights into the salvery in UK and those who worked to abolish it.

Skidby Windmill and Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.4 mi away
#17 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Lovely setting with cafe and restaurant closeby - very interesting insight into rural life in East Yorkshire with very informative guide.
Wonderful working mill and farming museum Very educational worth a visit and also to the cafe.

Queen Victoria Square

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.1 mi away
#25 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
All sorts going on this time of year in Queen Victoria square from chess to displays,with the help of the city of culture volunteers great place to be.
In the centre is a raised stone seating area with a large statue of Queen Victoria- who is literally sat on 'the throne'- public toilets underneath/ underground.
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Hull New Theatre

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.2 mi away
#22 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Having booked seats in the upper circle, we found our way from the ground floor foyer with ease, which is now possible using a number of new staircases, given the recent addition of an expansive extension to the n...
We sat right at the back, right corner (2 rows available - so extra leg room on that front row) and you could still see everything.

Hull Ice Arena

Kingston-upon-Hull 3.8 mi away
#53 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
I will definitely visit again when I'm in Hull and would recommend it to anyone wanting to fill in a couple of hours with a great fun activity.
We were there for a couple of hours and had a really good time.

Pearson Park

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.0 mi away
#47 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull

Ennerdale Leisure Centre

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.3 mi away
#55 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull