||Published: 7th April 2009 09:38
The Spurn Lightship - One of Hull Museums
Wilberforce House - the birthplace and residence of William Wilberforce, who campaigned against the slave trade in the 19th century.
Streetlife Museum - tells the story of 200 years of transport in Hull.
Arctic Corsair - real trawlermen share their experiences on board the 1960s sidewinder trawler permanently berthed on the River Hull.
Hull and East Riding Museum - tells the amazing story of the area from the beginning of geological time, through the early tribes all the way up to the 17th century.
Hull Maritime Museum - discover Hull's rich maritime history, the story of whaling and deep-sea fishing in the frozen Arctic seas.
Ferens Art Gallery - one of the finest provincial art galleries in the country. The Ferens has an extensive and internationally renowned permanent collection.
Hands on History Museum - a great way for kids (and parents!) to get involved with history.
Spurn Lightship - for an insight into the life of the Humber estuary.
The Guildhall Collection - houses a high quality public collection that includes fine art, sculpture, furniture, the Civic Insignia and silver.
Ferens Art Gallery
Queen Victoria Square
Tel: (01482) 300 300
Fax: (01482) 613 710
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