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Re. Streetlife and transport
Streetlife is good but personally I think that Hull and East Riding Museum is the best in town. It covers the things that Streetlife does but also touches on several other important areas while telling this great northern city's story.
Posted on 20/3/2011 by B. Cant
Streetlife and transport
I was told that the Streetlife Museum of Transport is the greatest attraction of its kind in Hull and I wouldn't argue with that too much. There is everything here from horse carriages, cycles, trains, and all other transport that has existed throughout the ages. Right in the city centre, therefore easy to access.
Posted on 4/1/2011 by J Cantrell
Re. A key Hull landmark
Did you get some photos of Humber Bridge too? A lot more modern than the church is but the locals are just equally as proud of it. Worth it whether you drive over or not as great photos can be had from either side.
Posted on 7/4/2010 by Simeon
A key Hull landmark
We wanted to get some great pictures of the Holy Trinity Church and were thankfully able to do so. The fact that this is England's largest parish church and the largest medieval church too make it worth the visit alone but the architecture is also something to be marvelled at.
Posted on 29/2/2010 by Matt Farr
We got as close to a shark as we possibly could without getting our hands bitten off at the Deep aquarium. I've never got tired of taking the kids here every time we're here to visit my mother-in-law and it isn't too difficult to reach being less than half a mile from the city centre of Hull.
Posted on 18/6/2009 by Lisa Gough