Learn about Hull’s historic pubs on the Hull Ale Trail

Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire

Venture into Hull’s Old Town amidst cobbled alleyways and staithes and join Hull’s Ale Trail.

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This inspired Trail takes you to some of the oldest pubs in the city which include the George Hotel – home to the smallest window in England, Ye Olde Back Boy – Hull’s Oldest Pub dating from 1377 and Ye Olde White Harte – Hull’s most historic pub, allegedly where the Civil War started following Charles I being turned away from the city by parliamentarians and leading to the Siege of Hull in 1642.

Why not stop for a spot of lunch at The Mission formerly a Seaman’s Mission which among some of its features includes a library, many old books and stunning stained glass windows offering a poignant reminder of its religious past.

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