See the Old Town up close in Hull

Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire

Enjoy a tour around Hull's Old Town and be transported back to when Hull was an important port town.

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Hull’s Old Town is a hidden treasure where you will discover Hull’s collection of free museums including Streetlife Museum of Transport, where all the family can climb aboard a tram or take a carriage ride into the past, and Hull and East Riding Museum of Archaeology where you’ll find a lifesize woolly mammoth.

It is also home to Hepworth Arcade where Mr Marks and Mr Spencer had one of their first penny bazaars. There is also a strong link between Hull Old Town and the English Civil War with the alleged plotting parlour at Ye Olde White Harte and the actual spot at which Charles I was refused entry to the city of Hull – Beverley Gate, as well as the world’s smallest window the George Hotel.

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