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Queen elizabeth statue is brilliant in Hull. Thoroughly recommend abseiling on it. The statue was built to celebrate the loss of her virginity (i didn't take it)
LOVE LOVE LOVE it and the toilets are splendid for committing delinquent acts.
We visited with friends who were staying from the northwest of the country and had never visited Hull before. They were very impressed with the magnitude of the buildings (Ferens Art Gallery, The City Hall and the maritime museum) surrounding the square. They also laughed...More
Although this is a paved square, the backdrop of old buildings around it is superb. When I went today there was a group of fingers singing and a fountain spraying water upwards. It is clean and there are places to sit if you wish to...More
its a square in hull center with a statue and some seats , the real history lies beneath and if your caught short .....well its a public toilet underground with some serious age, i know you shouldnt get excited by a loo but take a...More
Queen Victoria Square is a large paved area in the centre of the city.
With the large statue of Queen Victoria towering over the water fountains, it’s hard to miss!
Adjacent to the Princes Quay shopping centre, the Maritime museum and various shops and restaurants....More
There always seems to be something going on in Queen Victoria Square, a large open space in the centre of Hull. Remember it being put to good use when Hull was the city of culture, it's now a pleasant area to pass some time, with...More