18 Venues Across The Humber Region
Normanby Hall Country Park
Normanby Hall is a Regency mansion set amongst 300 acres of woodland, gardens, and parkland.
North Lincolnshire Museum
Discover the stories of North Lincolnshire through many exhibits that reflect the great changes in the region, and also the everyday lives of ordinary people.
Come aboard Hull's last sidewinder trawler the Arctic Corsair and let the crew take you on a guided tour.
Ferens Art Gallery
The Ferens Art Gallery's collection of painting and sculptures spans artistic periods from medieval times to the present day.
The Guildhall is a prestigious historic building, with acres of oak and walnut panelling, marble floors and the city’s old courts and cells.
Hands on History Museum
The Hands On History Museum is in the old Grammar School were Willam Wilberforce studied.
Hull & East Riding Museum
Enter a world where 235 million years of history is brought to life.
Hull History Centre
The History Centre brings together the material held by the City Archives and Local Studies Library.
Hull Maritime Museum
Explore Hull's old Dock Offices and discover superb ship models and maritime art.
The Spurn Lightship guided ships safely through the treacherous River Humber for almost 50 years.
Climb aboard at the Streetlife Museum of Transport and enjoy all the sights, sounds, and smells of the past.
Wilberforce House Museum
Wilberforce House is the birthplace of William Wilberforce, famous campaigner against the slave trade.
Beverley Art Gallery
Beverley Art Gallery has two exhibition spaces and a lively programme of events, including lectures and children's activities.
Beverley Guildhall is a beautiful historic building, traditionally the seat of civic governance in Beverley, and now runs as a community museum for the town.
Goole Museum is a community museum that explores the history of the town and port, through permanent displays and a temporary exhibition programme.
Sewerby Hall is a Grade I listed Georgian country house with Regency and Victorian additions, set in 50 acres of picturesque park.
Skidby Mill is a grade 2 listed 4-sail windmill, the last working mill in Yorkshire producing it's own wholemeal stone-ground flour.
Treasure House is a one-stop centre for heritage and information services, providing access to museum, library and archive services under one roof.