Gateway to Hull and East Yorkshire, fly from Aberdeen Airport to Humberside and experience the charm and heritage of Northern England.
Hull Museums Quarter
Located in Hull’s Old Town and jam-packed full of history, the Museums Quarter covers a variety of subjects including sea life in the Maritime Museum, transport in the Streetlife Museum, and even dinosaurs in Dinostar – The Dinosaur Experience. There’s something for everyone here.
The Deep, Hull
Dubbed one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world, The Deep is home to over 3,500 sea critters including sting rays, sharks and even Gentoo penguins! Visit The Deep and enjoy daily feeding sessions and dive presentations and even the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the animals!
Yorkshire Cycle Routes
Yorkshire’s chalk hills, pretty villages and varied wildlife make it the perfect location for cycling. Host of the Tour de France in 2014, it’s no wonder so many people are flocking here to get on two wheels. Like a challenge? Try the 146 mile, 18 hour circular route around the Yorkshire Wolds.
With a length of 4,624 feet the Humber Bridge is the longest single span suspension bridge worldwide. Cross the bridge and enjoy incredible views of the River Humber and the surrounding landscape.
Visit the historic harbour of Bridlington and its small maritime museum and enjoy the day on the two beautiful sandy beaches surrounding the harbour. Another interesting attraction of the old town is the priory church which dates back to the reign of Henry I in the 12th century.