Photos of Hull

Tranquil photos of Hull, this corner of England boasts a cosmopolitan city, colourful seaside resorts, a beautiful coastline, shared with miles and miles of picturesque countryside.

Whether it’s sandcastles on the beach, walking around a stately home, or taking Photos of Hull and East Yorkshire, Yorkshire has it to offer.

Below are some photos of Hull and its surrounding areas, monuments, features and attractions, these photos where taken by David Howard photography and are property of the photographer.

Exciting, fast moving and entertaining, for all who visit Hull.

Located on the banks of the River Hull and Humber, this is a city that knows how to show a rich heritage with a fun vibrant social scene.

Whether you are looking for a great place to shop, somewhere to eat, relaxing activities or enjoyable attractions, in Hull you will find what you are looking for. With 8 free museums, The Deep, Hull Truck Theatre, St Stephen’s, and many places to eat and drink.

Hull is waiting to be discovered – perfect for city break, days out or to capture photos of Hull

St. Augustine's Church, Hedon | Photos of Hull BP Chemical plant, Saltend out skirts of Hull  | Photos of Hull Hornsea Mere, Photos of Hull

The Deep

The Deep is a public aquarium situated at Sammy’s Point, at the confluence of the River Hull and the Humber estuary in Hull, England. It opened in March 2002.

Billed as ‘the world’s only submarium’, the tanks contain thousands of sea creatures (including seven species of shark), 2,500,000 litres (550,000 imp gal; 660,000 US gal) of water and 87 tonnes (96 tons) of salt housed in a building designed by Sir Terry Farrell and built as part of the UK National Lottery’s Millennium Commission project.

The Deep is also a centre for marine research. Staff marine biologists look after the animals in The Deep’s collection as well as carrying out research into the marine environment.

The Deep is a charitable public aquarium dedicated to increasing peoples enjoyment and understanding of the world’s oceans.[5] It is one of the most successful millennium projects in the Country.
The aquarium uses a combination of hands on interactive displays, audiovisual presentations, and living exhibits to tell the story of the world’s oceans.

The museum includes a series of exhibits presenting a chronological journey from the beginning of time through the present day oceans. There is also an interactive area where visitors can learn to control an underwater diving vessel.
Aquaria exhibits include a lagoon with many brightly coloured tropical fish, a 10-metre (33 ft) deep pool containing 2,500,000 litres (550,000 imp gal; 660,000 US gal) of water, a 9-metre (30 ft) deep tunnel, and an underwater lift.[8] The tank is home to several sharks, rays, and many other fish.
The sharks and rays are fed early each afternoon by divers. Other marine life on display include fish that glow in the dark, coral, and sea horses.
A Short break to Hull provides the perfect opportunity to sample all the city has to offer including 8 free museums, art galleries, The Deep – the worlds only submarium, and the fantastic shopping, not forgetting the many theatres, restaurants, pubs and clubs to be enjoyed in the evening.
The Deep, Sammy's point Hull The Deep Hull

Photos of Hull