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Enter a world where 235 million years of history is brought to life. From majestic mammoths to Saxon invaders, visitors to the Hull and East Riding museum of archaeology can look forward to an experience that is unique, educational and fun. Walk...more
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
36 High Street, Kingston-upon-Hull HU1 1NQ, England
All reviews roman mosaics iron age woolly mammoth bronze age prehistoric times anglo saxon ice age middle ages celtic village natural history free entry well worth a visit children and adults interesting things on display gift shop wilberforce house
Each and every era of local history covered, although the emphasis is on the human era. This does mean there is more to dedicate to Celtic and Saxon eras, ofter overlooked for Romans and Normans and later. A personal note to museums everywhere - why...More
Quite quiet on a Saturday morning when I was there.
The exhibition starts on the first floor ( good clean toilets on the ground floor) and you see Hull through the various time periods from Neolithic to medieval.
There’s a good section with a recreated...More
Hull & East Riding Museum holds the most comprehensive collection of excavated Roman mosaic-tile floors, possibly in the UK. Also, replicas of ancient Celtic villages and much, much more. An absolute must for any visitor to Hull.
Situated within the Museum Quarter and free to enter, the Hull & East Riding Museum is a must to visit!
For a small building it is crammed with exhibits, including a mammoth and Iron Age village!
An in depth history of the city of Hull...More
I don't know how we had missed this gem on our previous visits to the Streetlife museum next door. It seems to have much, much more than the Roman mosiacs that we remembered from many years ago with the museum divided into separate historical ages....More
I must take my hat off to the city of Hull for its ability to keep a huge range of cultural centres free for visitors and locals alike. This lovely little museum is positively crammed full of all the usual suspects but from the point...More
This museum uses artefacts from around the region alongside models to illustrate the entire history of humans in Hull. It takes you (in chronological order) from 75000 years to the middle ages. There are some wonderful reconstructions and the information is interesting without overloading the...More