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Docks Beers

Grimsby, UK 12.6 mi away
#1 of 19 things to do in Grimsby
Great venue with friendly staff always happy to help with advice on the beers available, dog friendly so I can take man's best friend with me and have a couple of delicious beers and time out with locals and regul...
I’m a frequent visitor now!.. a choice of their own great brewed beers ( on site) and always delicious guest beers on tap or cask .. staff are friendly and knowledgeable and make you feel very welcome..Definitely...

Streetlife Museum of Transport

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.4 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...
An added bonus is that you can really make a day of Hull's museums since several are next door; Wilberforce House, Hull And East Riding Museum and the Arctic Corsair Trawler are cheek by jowl.

Beverley Minster

Beverley 11.6 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...
Very traditional and the volunteers here were very welcoming too Great reading the many plaques and memorial stones around the minster interior So unspoilt and original If in Beverley will visit again

Visit the Bunker - RAF Holmpton

Holmpton 11.5 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Holmpton
Fascinating trip back in time, guides are knowledgeable and helpful, and I was amazed by this museum - great value for money and a real gem, worth a visit
... the place is utterly enthralling, with incredible attention to detail and a phenomenal variety of artefacts and information throughout the labyrinthine corridors from the deepest and darkest era of the Cold War.

Hornsea Museum

Hornsea 11.9 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Hornsea
... the history of hornsea and the surrounding area There is also a massive collection of hornsea pottery along with lots of photos and memorobelia Well worth a visit with plenty of helpful volunteers around to help
Entertaining couple of hours for children parents and grandparents alike.

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre

Grimsby, UK 12.7 mi away
#2 of 19 things to do in Grimsby
Excellent value for money, interesting for kiddies and entertaining and hands on, you can choose a job that would have fitting on board an actually fishing boat, even the ships car can be chosen!
Great place to visit, learn a out the heritage of the town and the harsh lives that fishermen had to put food on our tables, the staff are fantastic and acknowlegable and great with kids

Hull Maritime Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.8 mi away
#8 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
... with maritime etc and also WW2 , It also gives you alot of information on how fishing trawlers fish, an insight into the crew, famous expeditions, it has a huge polar bear too, and his ship's radar scope.
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...

Hull Truck Theatre

Kingston-upon-Hull 6.1 mi away
#7 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
I took my mum to see a Christmas Carol at hull truck theatre and it was great atmosphere And everyone in the theatre had a great time and enjoyed the visit
Excellent theatre, amazing staff and a great afternoon, thank you.

Hull & East Riding Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.5 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...
The exhibits relate to the full history of the area from the age of the dinosaurs to medieval times and are excellent, flowing well and displayed in an interesting and informative manner.

Hull Minster

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.6 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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Ferens Art Gallery

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.8 mi away
#12 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
However, totally blown away by the Ferens art gallery, beautiful building, fantastic art, loved the Rembrandt, The Sea of Hull and Skin exhibitions.
Brilliant Art Gallery, what a surprise with wonderful pictures, we thought it was an amazing place well worth a visit.

Wilberforce House Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.5 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.

St. Mary's Church Beverley

Beverley 12.1 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.

The Deep

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.5 mi away
#13 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
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...
We took our 4 year old grandson he was so amazed with the dinosaur skeletons of the sea creatures back then he word was WOW he loved all of it and its amazing that you can go back for free with your family ticket...
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Burton Constable Hall

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.1 mi away
#5 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
My husband and I went to this beautiful hall great gardens to laze around in the hall also has a lovely coffee shop and gift shop lots of acres of grounds the hall itself is stunning filled with historical treasur...
What a lovely place to visit especially at Christmas, decorated with beautiful trees all through the house it was lovely to see how our ancesters lived, the rooms were beautiful could just imagine sitting there wi...

Humber Car Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.6 mi away
#14 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
It was great to meet Allan and I felt privileged to have had a couple of hours with the proprietor during a Tuesday morning in October learning about the collection and the cars.
If you even halfway like cars this is a fascinating visit.

The Ropewalk

Barton-upon-Humber, UK 10.6 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Barton-upon-Humber
Sympathetically restored and re-fashioned historic building, fabulous water-side setting, artistic hub, great cakes, coffee and lunches, friendly and informal (one of the waiters helped my hubby change a flat car...
Dropped in for mid morning coffee and cake, the place is a little gem, and the staff are brilliant and very knowledgable especially helpful was the woman on reception she was keen and eager to tell us about the hi...

Bugtopia Hornsea

Hornsea 11.1 mi away
#4 of 18 things to do in Hornsea
We were then lucky enough to see the guides go around the jungle area feeding the various beasties, and giving us a bit of a guided tour, which was good, since a lot of the creatures are well hidden.
It was a fantastic choice, my little boy (6) loved it, the staff are so friendly, helpful and informative.

Saramique Studio

Hessle 9.9 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Hessle
The adult only events are a great way to spend the evening chatting and painting with friends, and the delicious cheesecake is just an added bonus!
I've visited seramique studio twice now both times with my children once for the tots tiles session and once this month as a pop in the kids have thorough enjoyed themselves!

The Old Boat Shed

Withernsea 9.4 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in Withernsea
Nice little pub loads of different ales/ciders and a nice friendly vibe, little seating area outside the front to chill, nice place to visit!!
The selection of real ale is changed regularly and it was great to be able to try them in a Tapas of 3rds of a pint.

Hull History Centre

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.7 mi away
#18 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Amazing photo exhibition and well worth a visit!
Lovely building.

Hull New Theatre

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.8 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 went here to see a matinee performance of the Cilla musical.

Tea & Bisque-it

Willerby 9.8 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Willerby
The afternoon tea ( which you have to book in advance ) consists of a good variety of sandwiches,pastries and cakes to die for, which were all made fresh from scratch.
Pottery prices vary depending on what you want to paint but all in all its a great way to spend a couple of hours and have something lovely to show for it at the end.

Hull's Old Town

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.5 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...

P&O North Sea Ferries - Hull to Rotterdam

Kingston-upon-Hull 4.5 mi away
#15 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
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!
... which is great value for money and well worth using,big choices at breakdast,lunch and evening meal,all very well presented and fresh,the waiting on staff were lovely and friendly as were all the staff aboard ...

P&O Ferries

Kingston-upon-Hull 3.4 mi away
#19 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
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 .
My wife and I did the weekend break, all meals booked in advance( a good saving) with excellent food and choice both breakfast and evening meal, We really do recommend it, a lovely way to chill out with good food,...

Hands on History Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.7 mi away
#24 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull

Humber Street Gallery

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.6 mi away
#23 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
We love to take our dogs out on a weekend or week night for a stroll around the marina and stop for a beer or two, this is our favorite bar/cafe.
Great space, lovely feel to it, enjoyed the current exhibition and the general cafe space as well.

HIP Gallery

Kingston-upon-Hull 5.8 mi away
#41 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
The staff are friendly and knowledgeable (I believe most are volunteers) and there is some outstanding photography on display, both there and within the wider festival (which is running till end of October).
This gallery is located in the princes quay shopping centre in the heart of the city centre!