Quirky, quaint and downright weird – there’s lots of that to stumble upon in Hull’s Old Town. From a street named the Land of Green Ginger, to sumptuously elaborate public loos, bar-room skulls and the notorious Dinsdale’s joke shop lurking in the Victorian Hepworth’s Arcade, this is a great spot for a city break you’ll never forget. ...

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Look what turned up at @beasleysclothing! Are you a fan of vintage Levi's? Find them in Hull's Old Town. ...

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The revamped Hull Minster provides a spectacular setting for the final day of CAMRA’s Real Ale and Cider Festival – the biggest gathering yet, with some new additions! Come and see what all the fuss is about, from noon to 10pm. hullminster.org/events/2018/4/12/camra-hull-real-ale-cider-festival ...

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For a free afternoon out, @hullmuseums are unbeatable. You can spend hours exploring the history of cars, buses and bikes, William Wilberforce, the Stone Age, Hull’s maritime past, Roman settlements and more – all free of charge. ...

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Trace the development of transport through the ages at Hull Streetlife Museum, with vehicles from the 19th and 20th centuries and cycles from boneshakers to BMX. Peer inside shops of yesteryear, step through a Victorian street, and take a ride in a stagecoach simulator! It’s completely free to enter! ...

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