Here at The Deep we are passionate about Hull & East Yorkshire and the fabulous places to visit within the region. With beautiful historical buildings, lively entertainment, bustling shops and lively bars and restaurants, Yorkshire’s only waterfront city is a hidden treasure.
The Deep is located close to the Old Town, where you’ll find the Museums Quarter with 7 free museums to enjoy. There are lots of tempting historic pubs such as Ye Olde White Harte where allegedly the plotting for the Civil War took place or you can take a wander along the marina enjoying the peaceful sound of the boat masts swaying in the wind. Don’t forget to stop off at the retro Fruit Market area, home to the UK’s only museum of Club Culture, Hull’s Dinostar exhibition and many more quirky venues. View a map outlining the location of these fantastic attractions.
Climb aboard at the Streetlife Museum of Transport and enjoy all the sights, sounds and smells of the past. Step back in time with 200 years of transport history as you walk...
The museum is housed in the Victorian Dock Offices in Queen Victoria Square. These nautical themed offices were designed by Christopher G Wray and originally opened in...
Hull & East Riding Museum
Enter a world where 235 million years of history is brought to life. Come face to face with a wooly mammoth, encounter a mysterious crew of wooden warriors and discover a...
Access to the Arctic Corsair is by a free guided tour only. The Arctic Corsair is berthed on the River Hull between Drypool Bridge and Myton Bridge, at the rear of the...
Wilberforce House is the birthplace of William Wilberforce, Hull MP and slavery abolitionist whose campaign made the establishment of Freetown (Sierra Leone) possible. The...
Ferens Art Gallery
The Ferens Art Gallery is currently undergoing refurbishment and is closed until 2017.
Hull is also the gateway to the Yorkshire Nature Triangle, bringing together some of the region’s most exciting wildlife watching and nature experiences – where will you discover? From local wildlife gardens to coastal habitats, exciting boat trips from Bridlington Harbour or top-notch rockpooling and snorkelling safaris - it's time to explore. To start your Yorkshire wildlife adventure click here.
This is Yorkshire’s ‘lands end’, and a visit to Hull wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Spurn Point. Find out more about Spurn Point here.
North Cave Wetlands
North Cave Wetlands has been created just for wildlife, with specially-designed areas for birds, butterflies and more.
Flamborough Head has one of the most important seabird colonies in Europe. In summer the cliffs are packed with tens of thousands of breeding auks, gannets and gulls creating...
The largest inland reedbed in England, Blacktoft Sands is home to some of our most secretive and impressive wildlife. Find out more about Blacktoft Sands here.
Pearson Park Wildlife Garden
Tucked away alongside Pearson Park just off Princes Avenue, this hidden wildlife garden shows off just how much wildlife you can attract into a small space - right in the...
Working and Living in Hull
Hull is the place to be right now, with the City of Culture 2017 on the horizon and preparations being made for one of the largest regeneration improvement projects the city has ever seen. Improvements to date have made a huge difference to the city. The development of Freedom Quays and revitalised marina area have both been steps towards a prosperous business future for Hull. And the best part…. all of this is happening right now, and it could be on your doorstep!
As a key Hull Bondholder Scheme member and 2017 City of Culture Bid Angel, The Deep and The Deep Business Centre have been instrumental in pushing these projects forward and will continue to play a vital role in developing the city.