Location and map
Hull History Centre, Worship Street, Hull HU2 8BG
Tel: 01482 317500
The Hull History Centre is located on Worship Street just opposite
the Fire station and a short distance from the New Theatre.
Due to the refurbishment of Hull New Theatre and the
construction of the adjacent new University Technical College the
Hull History Centre car park is currently occupied by
contractors. Because of this there are a limited
amount of car parking spaces available. There are
10 parking spaces with an additional 2 disabled
parking spaces available.
Alternative long stay car parking is available at the George
Street (multi-storey), Pryme Street (multi-storey), Francis Street
and Trippett Street car parks. For more information on city-centre
car parks, please see the
City Council website
We expect this closure until the summer of 2017, we apologise
for the inconvenience this will cause.
Charges - Monday to Saturday
Up to 1 hour
Up to 2 hours £1.80
Up to 3 hours £2.70
Up to 4 hours £3.60
Over 4 hours £12.00
Charges - Sunday
Any period £1.00
Participants in the Blue Badge scheme may use the History Centre
car park free of charge.
Directions - by car from the West
Continue from the M62 onto the A63 into Hull passing Princes Quay
shopping centre on your left
2. Filter left onto Market Place passing the golden statue of King
Billy and continue forward on Lowgate passing Hull College on your
3. At the traffic lights turn right and then at the next light a
few yards ahead turn left onto Freetown Way dual-carriage way (not
onto the cobble street of Charlotte Mews)
4. At this junction the History Centre building is to your left.
Follow the dual carriageway for a few hundred yards and take the
first left into Worship Street.
5. The History Centre car park is then on your left.
Directions - by car from the North
into Hull along the A1079 (Beverley Road) keeping to the
left until you come to a major junction with the Hull
Daily Mail building on your right and the Camponile
hotel on your left
2. At the traffic lights turn left onto Freetown Way but keep
in the right-hand lane.
3. Take the right filter lane to turn into Wright Street
and continue ahead at the small roundabout onto Percy Street
4. At the end of this street turn left on Albion Street and
continue on what then becomes Jarrett Street past the New Theatre
following the road to the left into Worship Street and the
History Centre will then be ahead of you.
5. The History Centre car park is then on your right.
Direction - by public transport
Centre is about 10 minutes walk from the Paragon Interchange (rail
and bus station) or just 5 minutes walk from the Park and Ride bus
stop at Wilberforce Drive, Queens Gardens.
If you are travelling from London First Hull Trains offer a
regular service - see their website for latest offers and to buy