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The gateway to the waterfront city of Kingston upon Hull is Humberside’s impressive Humber Bridge. One of the world’s longest suspension bridges – longer even than the Golden Gate Bridge – it provides a stunning spectacle of superb engineering both by day and when lit up at night. As a destination for visitors, Humberside offers a variety of attractions in several locations.
Hull combines a rich heritage with a dynamic and vibrant social scene. In the historic Old Town, you can soak up the sights and enjoy the maritime history using the ingenious fish trail – 41 sculptures embedded in pavements include artist Gordon Young's entertaining diversions – the electricity sub-station marked by electric eel and the bank indicated by a shark!
Visit free museums in the Museums Quarter and family attractions: The Deep has underwater tunnels and lifts and is home to over 3,500 fish, including awe-inspiring sharks and rays. There are lively boutiques and by night diners and theatregoers populate the centre of Hull, which is alive with trendy cocktail bars and cosmopolitan cafés.
If you prefer a traditional pint, Ye Olde Black Boy, dating from 1331, serves cask ales and fruit wines and has a cosy atmosphere – amid rumours of ghostly legends. Or seek out the Sailmakers Arms' charming courtyard for the best Sunday lunch in Hull.
Humberside also offers other visitor destinations – the charming market town of Brigg, the Ropewalk Museum at Barton-upon-Humber and the town of Beverley with its Minster, the famous Beverley Racecourse and popular annual Folk Festival.