A detailed map of the city centre can be found HERE. NB: The A63 main road is shown by the local names of Castle Street and Garrison Road.

By bus or train

Buses and trains from out of town all terminate in the main interchange.

By car

There is an excellent Park and Ride scheme which is well signed as you approach Hull shortly after going under the Humber Bridge. Parking is free and pension pass holders travel free. Having said that, most teams will have a heap of gear and may prefer to drive in. The following information may help:

Hull City Council parking website: Beware, the pins on the maps may not all be in the right places! Also, do not rely on Google maps to have their pins in the right places.

People approaching from the North or East will probably be familiar with Hull and have their own favourite ways in.

Approaching from Lincolnshire, the West or North West the simplest way is to follow the A63 then the instructions below.

For the Market Place multi-storey car park on Lowgate you will pass the Hull Marina on your right then turn left off the A63 at the Market Place (at the lights about 100 yards past the Marina). As you turn into the Market Place, pass the gilded statue of King Billy on his horse, but before you reach Holy Trinity Church, the entrance is almost immediately on your right.

The Princes Quay multi-storey car park has more than 900 spaces and is open 24 hours.

The Tower Street car park is a short walk over the new Scale Lane footbridge and offers up to 3 hours’ parking (or all day Sunday) for just £1. Apart from Sunday, however, all-day parking is very expensive, currently £12! There is, however, a Euro Car Parks site a couple of minutes’ walk away which is cheaper for longer stays.

Check out the Parkopedia site for more information on Hull car parking, or use the interactive map below.

A celebration of folk heritage on September 23, 2017