Dominated by Queen Victoria’s statue, this square is considered the city’s center.6 min
Formerly a working dock, this site now hosts aquatic events throughout the year.3 min
One of Hull’s most attractive areas, this square showcases the city’s development.3 min
Formerly the site of two docks, Hull’s marina is now a popular leisure area.3 min
The fish sculpture branded into the pier depicts the umber, also called the grayling.4 min
This area was the heart of the city for centuries, with ships docking here daily.2 min
This is Hull’s oldest street and home to the city’s museum quarter.3 min
Named for a prominent architect, this street features several notable buildings.2 min
The courtyard here is reminiscent of a bygone era when such places were more common.2 min
Formerly the site of a priory, this street now features retail outlets & restaurants.2 min
The Hull tour follows the route of the famous Fish Trail, originally created in 1992 by the artist Gordon Young. 41 pieces of sculpture made from traditional materials make up this impressive piece of public art. The trail of sculptures is representing the actual size of fish with life size pieces, from a tiny anchovy to a 10ft ray. The artist's 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...
You will follow this series of fish sculptures around the streets of Hull, gaining an insight into the area and the workings of a modern working port.
This audio version was produced with Visit Hull and East Yorkshire, the local tourist information body.