Once the largest dock of its kind in the country, sections of the original dock edge walls of Queens Dock are set to be unearthed for the first time in … More
Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City
The £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment has moved a step closer with Hull City Council submitting a planning application for the transformational city centre project.
Plans for the regeneration of the … 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
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.
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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
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 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
Companies are being invited to be part of a major maritime and regeneration project in Hull.
Businesses will have the opportunity to submit tenders to embark on an extensive refurbishment … More
People are being asked to gather pictures and stories of wildlife in the region for a future display at the refurbished Hull Maritime Museum.
The Hull Maritime project team, working … More
A process has begun that will see eight fragile and unusual marine animal skeletons removed from the Hull Maritime Museum.
Hull City Council has launched a procurement process to appoint … More
The Queens Gardens bandstand will be moved to Pickering Park as part of the £4.3m redevelopment of the gardens.
Hull City Council will relocate the bandstand to the rose garden … More
Businesses in Hull are being urged to help inform a procurement exercise to conserve and restore two of the city’s historic ships.
The information from businesses will help to inform … More
A stunning new visualisation of the Hull Maritime Museum’s 40ft north Atlantic right whale skeleton has been created.
A 3D laser scanning of the huge animal’s remains has been created … More
Thousands of votes have been cast by the public to select 100 objects that will feature in a new exhibition at the refurbished Hull Maritime Museum.
The People’s Choice exhibition … More
Thousands of people in Hull have been voting for objects they would like to see as part of a new exhibition at the refurbished Hull Maritime Museum.
In the past … More
Work to improve Hull’s public realm continues with contractors and workers following guidance from Government and Public Health England.
Contractors are at four sites – Paragon Interchange, Ferensway, Prospect Street … More
A charity dedicated to supporting the city’s major maritime project has been awarded £350,000 towards the refurbishment of the Hull Maritime Museum.
Hull Maritime Foundation has been awarded the grant … More
Contractors are being invited to be involved in restoring one of the UK’s last remaining time balls in Hull.
This summer will see the start of a comprehensive restoration of … More
Two fishermen’s memorial books have been temporarily moved from Hull Maritime Museum and relocated to Hull History Centre to allow people to continue to pay their respects to the thousands … More
A D-Day war veteran will talk about one of the Second World War’s most intriguing untold stories in Hull.
The T124T, known as the Tatty Mob, were a wartime Naval … More
Hull’s last surviving distant-water sidewinder trawler, the Arctic Corsair, celebrates her 60th birthday on Saturday.
The trawler was launched on 29 February 1960, ready to be fitted out to begin … More
Proceeds from a play and book based on the life of former Arctic Corsair skipper Jim Williams will allow the trawler’s story to be taken into the city’s communities.
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A public vote is being launched for people to have their say on which historic artefacts they would like to see as part of future exhibitions.
From Monday 24 February, … More
Plans for the £4.3m Queens Gardens refurbishment are to go on display as part of a public consultation in Trinity Market.
The plans incorporate modern, eco-friendly features including electric charging … More
A Hull-based theatre company is taking an immersive maritime-themed performance to local primary schools.
Theatre on the Edge, which aims to produce quality theatre with new and original work, has … More
The team behind the major Hull: Yorkshire’s Maritime City project is looking to recruit a small team of volunteers who are passionate about showcasing the city’s nautical history.
The volunteers … More
Thousands of people made their way around Hull last night as the city was illuminated by Navigate, a three-day light and sound event in the city centre.
Crowds gazed … More
A number of historic maritime paintings from the Hull Maritime Museum’s collection, which were conserved early last year, are returning to the city.
Last year, 35 paintings were identified and … More
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