Tours and Trails

Maritime guided tours

There are several tours and trails you can take part in across Hull showcasing areas of the city only accessible on foot, including the renowned Fish Trail.

This unique piece of public art sees explorers search for 41 fish across the city centre, taking in the picturesque Old Town and thriving Fruit Market. The trail starts just outside the City Hall Box Office and finishes at the top of Whitefriargate.

For those who fancy a walk which takes in the city’s historic pubs, the Ale Trail is the one for you. It includes a stop at the George Hotel, Hull's oldest surviving licensed pub, which is world renowned for having the smallest window in England.

You can also discover more than 800 years of maritime heritage by taking part in one of the Hull Maritime guided tours of the city centre, hosted by White Badge accredited volunteers.

There is also the option of taking part in several guided walks with Paul Schofield.

Paul has been leading tours of the city for more than 30 years and is passionate about both walking and the history, culture and heritage of Hull.

Find out more information about his walks and many others available at Visit Hull