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Maritime heritage

Local history and heritage

Find out more about the history of Hull

History of Hull - The successful rise of trade and industry in Hull and its strong maritime heritage, has meant it has experienced much growth and prosperity throughout the years.

Find out more about the history of the Arctic Corsair

Arctic Corsair - With a long and successful career as a fishing vessel, the Arctic Corsair was laid up in 1987. 

Find out more about the history of Hull City Hall Hull City Hall - Born out of the 'Junction Street' scheme, the Foundation stone for Hull City Hall was laid by Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales in 1905.
Find out more about the history of Hull City Hall concert organ

Hull City Hall concert organ - This unique romantic organ was originally built in 1911 and still performs magnificent organ recitals today.

Find out more about the history of Hull New Theatre

Hull New Theatre - Throughout its history Hull New Theatre has survived many threats to its future including a direct hit during the war and the prospect of becoming a bingo hall.

Find out more about Hull Fair's history Hull Fair - The largest travelling fair in Europe and an annual visitor to Hull, the fair celebrated its seven hundredth anniversary in 1993.
Find out more about our maritime heritage Maritime heritage - Hull's past has been intertwined with the sea since the middle ages. The fishing industry formed a major part of the city's economy until relatively recently.
Find out more about William Wilberforce William Wilberforce - An MP for Hull and Yorkshire, William Wilberforce was responsible for leading the fight that led to the abolition of slavery and subsequently, the bill that freed slaves in British colonies.

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