47 Peel Street, Hull, HU3 1QR, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU3 1QR
The Old Ice Cream Factory is typical of the light industrial buildings squeezed into the back lots between Victorian terraced housing. Developed on land that was once Hull Zoological Gardens, it has been a confectioners and ice cream manufactory
It also has been a leather goods workshop, a wholesale butcher and a refrigeration and air conditioning business.
Restored from its dilapidated state by its current owners without losing its industrial style, it is now a residential property and artists studios with attractive and peaceful gardens and ponds - a veritable oasis, yet only a few minutes walk from the city centre.
Visitors are welcome to view the gardens, studios and gallery and browse the ceramics, paintings and prints created here.. Also the registered offices of Amy Johnson Arts Trust, visitors are greeted by a Moth for Amy - 'Stop me and buy one' = above the massive green entrance gates.
We regret that the house and gardens are not wheelchair accessible due to the number of steps and the narrow gravel paths. No dogs please, except for guide dogs.
No booking required
We regret that the house and gardens are not wheelchair accessible due to the number of steps and the narrow gravel pathsContact for the day:JOHN NETHERWOOD
PUBLIC ADMISSION IS FREE TO ALL VENUES
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