Please enter the postcode HU9 1TU when using a Sat Nav. This will take you to Tower Street, Hull, which is the nearest main road to The Deep. The Deep has its own car park with space for 280 vehicles. Our pay and display car parks are £3 for 6 hours 6am-6pm and £1 6pm-6am. Charges apply every day including bank holidays. Please display a valid ticket in your windscreen. Customers attending Two Rivers Restaurant or functions at The Deep are exempt from the £1 night charge. Please note The Deep does not permit leaving dogs in cars.
The Deep is located within walking distance from Hull City Centre on the bank of the Humber. A pedestrian and cycle bridge provides a link to and from The Deep and the Old Town's Museum Quarter and City Centre shops.
Buses/rail - There are no direct buses to The Deep, but a number of services travel nearby from Hull Interchange. For up to date information on bus timetables from Hull Interchange to The Deep please call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 open daily from 8am - 8pm (calls to Traveline cost 12p per minute, plus any charges your network provider makes). Train times into Hull can be found via National Rail. To walk to The Deep from the station, exit the station and cross the road towards the Hull cenotaph and war memorial, and then follow the pedestrian signs to The Deep.
Park & Ride
There is a Park and Ride facility from Priory Park, Hessle. This is 5 miles west of Hull on the A63 approach road into the city. It is signposted from the A15, A63 and the Humber Bridge. This service drops you off in Hull City Centre (near The Guildhall), a five minute walk from The Deep.
Taxis & By Foot
Taxis are available through Drive Private Hire & Taxis, Hull’s largest taxi firm. Visit their website or call 01482 57 57 57 to book your cab. A taxi from the station to the The Deep will cost you a fixed fee of £5 each way.
To walk to The Deep from the station, exit the station and cross the road towards the Hull cenotaph and war memorial, and then follow the pedestrian signs to The Deep.
The Deep is part of the Trans Pennine Trail, an exciting 215 mile trail linking the North and Irish Seas. There are bike stands available adjacent to The Deep reception to secure cycles.