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Welcome to Minibus Hull Coach Hire. We are an experienced coach, bus and minibus hire company. Our fleet of vehicles are well maintained, less than six years old and are ready for hire with or without a driver.
We at Minibus Hull Coach Hire often hire out our vehicles to small, medium and large groups who want a vehicle or vehicles for mini trips and day trips. We also plan journeys for weddings, funerals, birthdays, and anniversary venues as well as providing airport transfers.
At Minibus Hull Coach Hire we also hire out our vehicles to sports fans going to various games or to corporate clients who want luxury coaches. Our luxury coaches have many wonderful features with plenty of space for storing luggage.
Hull is a fascinating place where locals and visitors can enjoy a plethora of interesting and exciting destinations. Whether enjoying a night out with friends or family, or on a group outing, this city can exceed your expectations. By allowing more time, the region surrounding Hull can also be explored. For those interested in culture, or for the adventurous, this area is full of surprises.
If you just want to sit back and order a delicious glass of juice or pick yourself up with a double espresso while you enjoy free Wi-Fi somewhere, there is plenty of places on offer. Minibus Hull Coach Hire can also take you to a selection of wonderful places for a tasty meal before going on to somewhere else for a mini-excursion.
Top Ten things to do in Hull
The Spurn Lightship: is moored in Hull Marina. It was used as a navigational help to guide ships through the perilous River Humber and now acts as a museum.
East Park: An amazing park opened to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887. It is a beautiful park, containing a boating lake and a Wicksteed splash boat. There is a fabulous animal education centre containing snakes and insects, goats, sheep, wallabies, Alpacas and peacocks. It also has a walk-through Aviary with waterfall gardens, exotic birds and koi carp.
The Deep: A very popular aquarium containing a slime exhibit showing animals that depend on slime to catch their prey and move around. An engaging bug exhibit. The Lagoon of Light: home to amazing corals, mangrove trees, tropical fish and zebra sharks. The Endless Ocean: Houses sharks, rays, schools of fish and a green sawfish. The Flooded forest: This is a simulation of the Amazon River. The Kingdom of Ice: Features penguins. Moreover, much more.
Streetlife Museum of Transport: Has 200 years of transport history, a 1940’s street life simulation which incorporates the sounds, sights and smells of that era.
Arctic Corsair: Converted into a museum ship in 1999 from a deep-sea sidewinder trawler to a museum. It is run by volunteers.
Burton Constable Hall: This is a fascinating Elizabethan country house. You can experience an interesting house tour and walks in the parklands. There is a tea room in the stables built in 1770. Remember to wear comfortable shoes for this captivating visit into the past.
Hull’s Old Town: Features examples of architecture from different periods of British history. A life-size Woolly Mammoth is on display in the Hull and East Riding Museum of Archaeology. Hepworth Arcade is where Mr Marks and Mr Spencer of modern-day Marks and Spencer Stores had a Penny Bazaar. The world’s smallest window is viewable in the George Hotel.
The Humber Bridge: Opened by the Queen in 1981 it links Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. It is a 1.5-mile suspension bridge over the River Humber. Moreover, is the longest single suspension bridge in the world for people to cycle or walk over. Many thousands of vehicles also travel across it regularly.
The Holy Trinity Church: Also known as Hull Minster and is known as the biggest parish church building in England. It dates to about 1300. Displaying some of the finest medieval brickwork in the country.
Ferens Art Gallery: Opened in 1927. Displaying an impressive array of both roving exhibitions and permanent collections. It also has a children’s gallery along with a café.
Hotels to stay in at Hull
There are a great many hotels of all kinds available in Hull. Below are a small selection of popular ones:
Hull South Cave: A Travelodge which offers both Freeview and Wi-fi also a great selection of food and drink options. It is close to an inland dive site called The Eight Acre Lake which provides freshwater diving experiences.
Hull Central: A Travelodge. Rooms feature king sized beds and Freeview. The on-site restaurant serves breakfast and evening meals and has a bar. The hotel has free Wi-fi and is a short walk from The Deep, The Street Life Museum and Maritime Museum.
The Village Hotel: A 3.5-star hotel has a spa, fitness centre and indoor pool. There is also a restaurant, bar lounge, free Wi-fi and 24-hour front desk.
The Kingston Theatre Hotel: A luxury Victorian Hotel that contains the award-winning Clapham Restaurant which serves meals and traditional afternoon teas. Rooms contain free Wi-fi and flat-screen TVs. It's family owned and is close to the central attractions, including The Hull New Theatre.
The Whittington and Cat: Beautifully furnished rooms with flat-screen TVs. Offers good food and has friendly staff. The bar is equipped with free Wi-fi. It is in the city centre close to main attractions and the river.
Events of 2018 to 2019
The inflatable 5K: April 28th, 2018. Held at the Costello Stadium, Anlaby Park Road, Hull. It is an inflatable bouncy obstacle race. Extreme fun for all the family. Obstacles include Crash Bang Wallop, The Leap of Faith, The Mega Mountain and much more.
BlockCon: August 26th, 2018. Held at the Guildhall, Lowgate. Returning for the third year. The block-based event made with Lego bricks.
Strictly Come Dancing (The Professionals Tour): May 19th, 2019. Held at Hull Venue. Enjoy the professional dancers showing you how it is done.