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If you would like to discover more about Hull's maritime heritage, come and enjoy free admission to the city's Maritime Museum. The museum is housed in the Victorian Dock Offices in Queen Victoria Square. These nautical themed offices were designed...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 16:30
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
9 Queen Victoria Square, Kingston-upon-Hull HU1 3DX, England
All reviews whaling industry polar bear model ships whale bones court room well worth a visit weeping window turner paintings cod wars free entry fishing history great insight beautiful building city centre two floors interesting displays queen victoria
Excellent museum to visit, has visiting exhibitions too. Set in a grand old building in the city centre, with very informative and interesting exhibitions. The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable. Excellent small gift shop too. It’s a must visit if you go to Hull.
Fascinating museum, lots about the whaling past which makes for uncomfortable viewing but also lots about the maritime heritage and an especially interesting exhibition about a passenger ferry commandeered for the Falklands conflict.
We were visiting Hull & came across this museum in the city centre; seeing that entry was free we ventured in & were really pleased that we did!
The building itself is beautiful, full of lovely architecture but the history of maritime Hull is told...More
Avast ye land lubbers ! Visited this magnificent museum with my second cousin Ludwig who is recovering hypochondriac. Ludwig spent many years working as a volunteer for Green Peace and is mad crazy about fish.
I loved all the exhibits especially the history of the...More
We visited with friends from the northwest of the country who were staying and had never visited Hull before. It is a beautiful building (the old town docks offices) in Queen Victoria Square, opposite the equally impressive buildings of the Ferens Art Gallery and City...More
Crammed with information and pictures by the dozen, plenty of models and some unusual displays. Particularly liked the model showing what would have been seen in years past from the window. Could do with better signs to indicate the optimum route.
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Hi Peter... I've never seen pets in the museum. There are priceless artefacts that could suffer irreparable damage especially if a large very unruly dog misbehaved and therefore i would imagine the policy will be to admit... More
Hi Peter... I've never seen pets in the museum. There are priceless artefacts that could suffer irreparable damage especially if a large very unruly dog misbehaved and therefore i would imagine the policy will be to admit working guide dogs only. For a definitive answer call Hull City Council on Hull 300300.