City Hall, 75-76 Carr Lane, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU1 3RQ
Join Tour Guide Paul Schofield for a four-stage guided walk. Setting off from the City Centre and taking in some of the highlights of Hull's heritage and architecture.
The trail leads from Queen Victoria Square, taking in the likes of the Ferens Gallery and Maritime Museum before moving on to Beverley Gate and Princes Dock Street.
It then takes in Trinity House and into the Old Town to Holy Trinity Church and on to the Old Grammar School.
It's then on to the Humber dock and pier area - taking in lunch at the historic Minerva Pub - along as far as the tidal barrier before turning back to the High Street, to Wilberforce House and the Guildhall, past St. Mary's Church and on to Whitefriargate and Queens Gardens and finishing at the City Hall.
The walk includes a huge variety of important historical locations, all expertly and entertainingly described by tour guide Paul Schofield.
Sunday 10 September:1100
No booking required
PUBLIC ADMISSION IS FREE TO ALL VENUES
PARTICIPATING IN HERITAGE OPEN DAY 2023
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