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Best things to do in Kingston upon Hull

Aquarium
“Huge aquarium with over 3000 species including sharks and rays, and a petting area for children”
Door 21 locals aangeraden
Art Gallery
“Fabulous Art Gallery with collection by European Masters and contemporary British artists. Regular Guided tours and a programme of events and special exhibitions. There’s a big children’s room with lots of interesting and unusual activities, and a cafe and shop.”
Door 13 locals aangeraden
Shopping Mall
“Very close by (5 min walk). Coffee shops, restaurants, cinema, high street clothing chains, large Tesco Extra store.”
Door 7 locals aangeraden
Museum
“Great museum with lots of vehicles of all sorts that can be boarded, and plenty of running around space. Get the best foot and leg massage in town in the arcade for 20p ... honestly!”
Door 10 locals aangeraden
Establishment
“A lovely 'West End style' traditional theatre, having undergone a complete restoration and upgrade back in 2017. A home to drama, ballet and children's performances too.”
Door 8 locals aangeraden
Museum
“Historical seafaring collection with extensive art and artefacts on maritime industry and scrimshaw.”
Door 6 locals aangeraden
Aquarium
“The DEEP Hull http://www.thedeep.co.uk/ The Deep Hull is One of the Most Spectacular Aquariums in the World Awakening Seas Explore over 4 billion years of ocean history from giant fossils to Megalodon shark teeth. ”
Door 9 locals aangeraden
Establishment
“Check out the website if you would like to include a trip to this modern theatre with no bad seats! https://www.hulltruck.co.uk/”
Door 9 locals aangeraden
Museum
“Birthplace of William Wilberforce, famous politician and anti-slavery campaigner. The museum tells the story of the transatlantic slave trade as well as the contemporary slave trade Free entry”
Door 8 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“This has the feel of a NY steakhouse – big-boy steaks with no-nonsense chips. It also has a theatrical bent, so while the deliberately minimalist menu will leave you wondering how the nettle is utilised in their East Yorkshire rabbit terrine, Scotch quail egg, pickled baby vegetables, tarragon mayonnaise & nettle, the waiting staff will deliver the answer with a practised flourish.”
Door 4 locals aangeraden
Bar
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“A vibrant atmosphere, good food, and there is often music or sometimes comedy.”
Door 6 locals aangeraden
Bar
“There are so many restaurants and bars within a 10 minute walk: Cognac, an authentic French restaurant on Chanterlands Avenue. Need to book in advance. Da Gianni on Princes Avenue; highly rated Italian restaurant. There are Moroccan, Indian, Persian, Greek restaurants as well as many bars also serving food on Princes Avenue. Newland Avenue also has a wide choice of places to eat including Larkin’s Bar, Sleepers and Craft and Dough (reduced prices on Tuesday and Thursday). Or if you just fancy Fish and Chips there’s The Friary - a 5 minute walk away. Bring them back, I’ve got plenty of salt and vinegar!”
Door 5 locals aangeraden
Park
“Nice park, close by, conservatory with animals and plants - good for a rainy day”
Door 6 locals aangeraden
Route
“Lots of bars, most serve good food. I would particularly recommend Pave for its relaxed atmosphere and varied clientele, and Dukes for its good food, large portions at reasonable prices.”
Door 6 locals aangeraden
Shopping Mall
“Quirky, as shopping centres go. Built in the middle of the old Princes Dock. Decent big name outlet stores up top. And also a cinema up there too somewhere, sometimes showing independent films.”
Door 2 locals aangeraden
Bus Station
“Hull Truck Theatre is dedicated to producing high quality theatre of intimate and epic scales at our home in Hull and beyond our walls, reaching diverse audiences including those encountering theatre for the first time. Building on the traditions laid down by previous writers and directors – including Anthony Minghella, Gill Adams, Amanda Whittington, Alan Plater, Richard Bean, Mike Bradwell, John Godber and Gareth Tudor Price – Artistic Director Mark Babych is leading the company on the next stage of its exceptional journey, creating a vibrant 21st-century cultural organisation with a distinctive northern voice.”
Door 4 locals aangeraden