Hull Archaeology Partnership at the Old School - Northumberland Ave - Hull - HU2 0LN
Why not come and explore the Old School.
The Old School is one of the 37 board schools built in Hull between 1874 and 1897 – designed by John Bilson a prominent local Architect, who also had a passion for archaeology! Although the building has been superficially altered by internal partitions and suspended ceilings, the original layout of the building remains clear.
Perhaps you attended the school or grew up in the local area? Why not pop in and meet up with old friends and remind yourselves of how the area used to look with our display of photographs from the area. If you have any photos of the school or the area we would love to see them and hear your stories about your time in the building and surrounding streets.
Please note that wheelchair access is only available on the ground floor.
Opening time - Thursday 19th September 10:30 -3pm
Also please note that the Northumberland Alms Houses are also adjacent to the Old School and are open on the same day from 10.30 to 4pm.
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