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P&O North Sea Ferries Ltd.

The ferry terminal is 3.3 miles from Hull city centre.



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P&O Ferries North Sea Ferries Ltd
HullFerry Terminal 1
King George Dock
Hedon Road

Hull
HU9 5PS
United Kingdom
Tel: 0800 130 0030


                           HULL: CITY OF CULTURE 2017

Home to the Humber Bridge, a vibrant art and music scene, and a clutch of Victorian architecture, Hull has an illustrious heritage - mastering everything from wool to winemaking, and blazing a trail at the forefront of Britain's Industrial Revolution.

Today, this portside town is a more attractive destination than ever - especially for those who want to learn about the UK's tempestuous past. A 1642 stand against King Charles I proved a critical catalyst for the start of the English Civil War, HMS Bounty was built in the city in 1784 and only London suffered more bombings in World War II. Hull is a forward-looking city though, and this year is rightly being hailed as a new dawn. It brings a new title for the Yorkshire port: Hull, City of Culture 2017.

The UK City of Culture is an accolade only handed out every four years, and sets up twelve months of celebration. Hull's 2017 award heralds 365 days of cultural activities to reflect the unique character of its people, its history and its numerous local icons.

We're all invited!

Years in the planning, 365 days in the spotlight, a legacy that will be built to last. It starts here, but there will always be...more to the story.

HULL: CITY OF CULTURE 2017

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HULL: CITY OF CULTURE 2017

It's all going on in Hull: theatre, dance, music, film, art - you name it, they've got it.