Your browser is unsupported and may have security vulnerabilities! Upgrade to a newer browser to experience this site in all it's glory.
Skip to main content

A group of dedicated volunteers are undertaking the Institute of Tour Guiding Level 2 accredited training programme to enable them to deliver maritime guided tours, showcasing our historic maritime sites.

From 2 August 2021, volunteers are practicing their tours ahead of an exam and they invite members of the public to join them.

The tours will take place every Monday until 25 October, with a 10.30am and 1pm slot to choose from.

The tours, which will last two hours including stops, will explore some of the city's maritime sites as well as finding out more about the Hull Maritime project to transform, celebrate and protect the Hull Maritime Museum, Queen's Gardens, North End Shipyard, the Arctic Corsair and Spurn Lightship.

Length: 2.4km
Ascent 8.95m

Book your free guided tour here.

**Although booking your free place is recommended, there may be a small number of places available on the day.**

Tours are subject to volunteer availability.

Volunteers Start The Accredited Training Programme
Volunteers are undertaking the White Badge training

Accessibility & Health and Safety: The tour is an approximately one mile circular routes using public pavements and crossing roads. A section is along the unfenced board walk next to the River Hull. There is no shelter from the elements along most of the route and limited or no seating at stopping points. The route is level and across some sections of heritage paving that has been levelled. The boardwalk has gaps of approximately 2 cm between the planks.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.