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A ceremonial county known as the river region of England, Kingston upon Hull is a fantastic county situated in the eastern part of England. It is the place of the junction of the Hull River and the Humber estuary. This is an idyllic area that impresses tourists with its romantic sceneries and long-lasting traditions. If you want to enjoy a relaxing holiday with your family or friends, Kingston upon Hull is the perfect destination.
The city of Hull is one of the most exciting places to visit and offers visitors rich culture. The Museum Quarter is located on the High Street, in the centre of the famous Old Town and provides a large number of museums to the visiting public. Admire fantastic exhibits in the Wilberforce House or experience ancient history by exploring the biggest surviving prehistoric boat in The Hull and East Riding Museum.
The Trinity House is a cultural establishment that was constructed in 1369 and served as a hospital dedicated to the care of wounded seamen. In 1787, the venue was transformed into the first maritime school in the world. This gorgeous landmark resisted the test of time and is now open for visitation.
The History Museum is a local gem of Kingston upon Hull and provides the opportunity for you to see the administrative evolution of the county and its people. An ancient mummy is displayed in this museum along with replicas of the treasure of Tutankhamun. The Streetlife Museum of Transport is a subdivision of the History Museum and is a large exhibit of Hull’s transportation methods.
The Humber Bridge is an architectural marvel that will astonish you with its immense size and unique combination modernism and aesthetics. It was built in 1981 and is now the biggest suspension bridge in the face of the planet. This landmark leads to the renowned Viking Way, which is a hiking path that connects the woods of Lincolnshire to Leicestershire.
The Deep is a uniquely designed ""submarium"" and also a nature reserve dedicated to the preservation of marine wildlife which hosts Europe’s deepest marine tanks. Explore this breathtaking location and witness the spectacular fish feedings.
This region is also a foodie’s paradise, the restaurants providing traditional quality cuisine as well as more modern, sophisticated dishes. The top rated establishments in the area are The Lion & Key, The Madras Restaurant, Maharajah, The Punch Hotel, Wokkas, The New Clarence and The Old House.
If you decide to visit, then know that Kingston upon Hull is the home of England’s finest accommodation facilities. The list features names like Gilson Hotel, Mercure Hull Royal Hotel, Holiday Inn Express, Campanile Hotel, Kingston Theatre Hotel and Holiday Inn Hull Marina.