Explore the city with Hull's Fish Trail

Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire

Follow Hull’s Fish Trail and explore the beautiful cobbled streets of Hull’s Old Town.

The 41 pieces of sculpture, made from traditional materials, make up this impressive piece of public art.

The artist Gordon Young created the trail of sculptures in 1992 - representing the actual size of fish with life size pieces, from a tiny anchovy to a 10ft ray. His sense of humour surfaces with the placing of a plaice in the market place, an electric eel outside the electricity sub station and a shark outside a bank. The route takes visitors through Hull’s Old Town, along winding cobbled streets and along the marina.

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