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Hull History Centre

If you are looking for historical records relating to Hull, then why not visit Hull History Centre?

With free entry, Hull History Centre houses archives and local studies resources from the council and University of Hull including collections of local and national significance that date back over 700 years.

It archives include records of the city council and its predecessors, local businesses and societies, non conformist churches, schools, local families, municipal cemeteries and records of the courts

Other items of interest at our records office include letters from Amy Johnson, the famous lady aviator from Hull, the Yorkshire Film Archive online and maritime records including whaling log books, fishing crew lists and the records from Ellerman's Wilson line.

Archives can be viewed with a valid CARN ticket. To register for a free CARN ticket please bring proof of identify.

A coffee cart is available with hot and cold drinks and light snacks.

Contact us

Email Hull History Centre

Hull History Centre
Hull Culture & Leisure
Worship Street

How to find us

Tel: 01482 317500
Fax: 01482 613 710

Opening times

Monday closed

Tuesday to Friday
9.30am - 5.30pm

First and third Saturday of every month
9am - 4.30pm

Last orders for document retrieval are 45 minutes before closing.

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