Whilst visiting the Humber take advantage of some of the region’s top attractions, including areas of outstanding natural beauty, a host of fantastic museums, many of which are free to visit, and an award winning aquarium.
Visit The Deep in Hull, home to over 3500 fish, sharks and marine life. Walk in the steps of William Wilberforce as you wander around his former home Wilberforce House, and learn about the abolition of slavery, or go to the Maritime Museum and learn about Hull’s ancient links with the sea.
The city also has a number of fabulous walks and trails such as the Ale Trail, Fish Trail, Larkin Trail and the Blue Plaque Trail – for further information visit www.visithullandeastyorkshire.com
With beautiful scenery surrounding it, Beverley has some great places to explore and enjoy. On the outskirts is the racecourse where the horse racing season runs from April to September. Visit the historic Beverley Minster, regarded as a Gothic masterpiece and one of the largest parish churches in the UK. A wide variety of shops also await you in Beverley with fascinating antique arcades, individual boutiques, high street favourites and on a Saturday there is a market, perfect for a leisurely weekend browse.
Visit Lincolnshire to experience and explore its breath-taking countryside. Enjoy a ride on the Lincolnshire Wolds railway, or visit Donna Nook National Nature Reserve, home for most of the year to the grey seal. Take a walk around Normanby Hall Country Park, a beautiful 300 acre estate set in the heart of North Lincolnshire with a hall, farming museum, award winning gardens and award winning events throughout the year there is plenty to keep you entertained.