University of Hull

About Hull, Guide and Top Tourist Attractions
(Hull, Yorkshire, England)

Hull's waterfront location and unique attractions draw many local and foreign visitors every year. In fact, it was hailed as one of the top city destinations in the 2003 The Guardian/Observer Travel Awards. The city offers many recreational activities and attractions for tourists of all ages like parks, shopping complexes, clubs, cafés, restaurants, beaches, theatres, sports centres, and museums.

What to do in Hull

There are a lot of exciting things to do in Hull. Tourists can visit The Deep, which is Europe's deepest aquarium and the world's only submarium. Adults and children alike would surely enjoy going to the Hull Fair, the largest travelling funfair in Europe. For live entertainment, visitors can go to the Hull Truck Theatre, a regional centre for touring shows, or the Spa Theatre and the Futurist Theatre that holds live concerts and shows.

Visitors can learn more about the city's history by touring any of its museums and galleries including the Museums Quarter, Wilberforce House, the Arctic Corsair, the Hull and East Riding Museum, and the Maritime Museum.

Tourist Attractions

Hull offers beautiful natural attractions on its coast. In the north, the region's coastline closes with the Flamborough headlands, which are famous for its deep caves, chalk cliffs, and rocky bays. The south coast is known for the Spurn Point's bird sanctuary and the mile-long spit of sand on Humber.

Hornsea, Withernsea, and Bridlington are three of UK's famous beach resorts and harbours, and they can be found along Hull's coastline. The Plain of Holderness and the Wolds are also popular tourist attractions that feature wide agricultural lands.

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