The Hull Maritime project is looking for a specialist company to safely pack, transport, store and then return tens of thousands of fragile and significant maritime objects ahead of a … More
Leisure & Culture
Hull Museums is celebrating the run-up to Christmas with a special digital advent calendar.
Hull Museums has teamed up with local artists and the Herd Theatre Company to create a … More
When Kirsten Simister arrived in Hull in 2003 to take up the role of curator at Ferens Art Gallery, she couldn’t have imagined what was in store for both her … More
Plans are being put forward that would see Hull Ice Arena benefit from a £1.1m investment.
The improvements would deliver essential maintenance work to the arena, as well as ensure … More
The dismantling of the 40ft North Atlantic right whale skeleton captured the imagination of many and was featured in the national media.
Work to dismantle the 168 bones of the … More
Hull’s library service is continuing to operate during lockdown, however services are limited due to the new government legislation.
The following services are remaining open, but strictly by appointment only … More
The Remembrance Day Parade, due to take place on Sunday 8 November, has been cancelled.
The event is unable to take place in its usual format due to the Covid-19 … More
The government has announced that, on Thursday 5 November, England will enter lockdown in a bid to control the spread of coronavirus and to protect the NHS.
This means additional … More
Hull New Theatre and Hull City Hall has been awarded £1.6 million as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help face the challenges of the coronavirus.… More
From scavenger hunts and tree trails to dog tails and street dancing, the team at Hull Libraries has organised an action packed calendar of free online activities to keep the … More
A woolly exhibition will greet visitors to The Deep this half-term.
Hull’s spectacular aquarium asked for visitors and supporters to create crochet coral and sea life as part of Project … More
The rich history of Whitefriargate, Hull’s most famous thoroughfare, can be explored this half-term thanks to a new family-friendly trail.
The trail, which can be downloaded from the Visit Hull … More
With exactly one year to go, the public ticket ballot – the first in Rugby League World Cup history – opens today (23 October). It will remain open for applications … More
Contractors have moved into East Park to begin work on the £850,000 revamp of the splash pad.
Water play specialists Ustigate have fully redesigned the space which will re-purpose the … More
Maritime Tales Week, which will take place between Saturday 24 October and Sunday 1 November, is the first of its kind to be delivered by the Hull Maritime project.
Hull … More
Hull is continuing to grow its reputation as a top destination for both domestic and international tourists with its visitor economy growing to £350m in 2019.
This rose from £313m … More
Legendary US rock band Blondie will perform at Hull’s Bonus Arena next year.
Led by frontwoman Debbie Harry, the group is one of the most influential bands to emerge from … More
People around Hull are making the pledge to move more, and the latest to make his promise to be more active is BBC Look North news presenter Peter Levy. Peter, … More
Work to carefully dismantle and move the skeleton of a juvenile North Atlantic right whale, the largest item at Hull’s Maritime Museum, is now underway.
The fragile skeleton, that hasn’t … More
An exhibition in Hull’s Old Town is celebrating and highlighting the city’s black history and culture.
The exhibition, which runs until Saturday 31 October, is part of Black History Month.… More
Hull Museums has received a £145,692 grant from the government’s Cultural Recovery Fund.
It was announced today that Hull Museums is one of 1,385 arts and cultural organisations that are … More
The £4.3m refurbishment of Hull’s Queens Gardens has edged closure with contractors now being invited to show an interest in delivering the multi-million pound project.
Interested contractors are now able … More
The 800-year Hull Fair charter will still be honoured this year, despite the event not taking place.
On the official date of the ancient agreement, Sunday 11 October, a single … More
An exhibition to mark Black History Month is taking place in Hull’s Old Town.
The exhibition will run from Saturday 17 October until Saturday 31 October, merging themes of migration, … More
The Hull Maritime project is introducing its first poet-in-residence for 2021.
Rebecca Drake, a second year PhD candidate in English Literature in the Department of English and Related Literature at … More
The search is on to find a specialist company to conserve a number of maritime paintings from the Hull Maritime Museum’s collection.
As part of the Hull Maritime project, funded … More
A £3million investment at Beverley Road Baths is well underway.
Scheduled to re-open to the public in summer 2021, the facility will see the construction of a new larger gymnasium … More
Hull is hosting the British Climbing Cup Championships this weekend.
The national competition will take place at Rockcity on its brand-new competition wall.
Councillor Dave Craker, portfolio holder for leisure … More
Eight extremely fragile and unusual marine skeletons and specimens are to be removed from the Hull Maritime Museum, as part of a multi-million pound heritage-led regeneration scheme.
A decision record … More
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