Land of Green Ginger, Hull. Open at all times. Free entry
There is on street meter parking in The Land of Green Ginger and there are also two blue badge parking bays. There are narrow level pavements/sidewalks making it wheelchair accessible. There are no public toilets in this street however there is a wealth of bars and restaurant nearby.
The Land of Green Ginger is a narrow street situated in the old town of Kingston upon Hull. There are a variety of commercial and residential buildings along the street. The street was previously called Old Beverley Street and was renamed in the 17th or 18th Century.
The Land of Green Ginger, Hull HU1 2ED
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From Beverley via A1079 (13.2m). Head northeast on Newbegin toward Lairgate/A164. Turn left onto Lairgate/A164. Turn left onto York Rd/A1174. Follow A1079 and A1033 to Cleveland St/A1165 in Hull. Continue on A1165. Drive to Land of Green Ginger.
From Barton Upon Humber via Humber Bridge/A15 and A63 (Tolls) (10.9m). Get on Humber Bridge/A15 from Ferriby Road/A1077. Follow A15 and A63 to Market Place in Hull. Continue on Market Place. Drive to Land of Green Ginger.
The nearest railway station is Hull. Regular bus routes run throughout the city, and there is also a park and ride service into the city which runs every 10 minutes. For more travel information go to http://www.traveline.info or call 0871 200 22 33.
The Land of Green Ginger is close to several attractions including hotels, bars and restaurants, with the Princes Quay Shopping Centre nearby. There is also a Tourist Information Centre at Queen Victoria Square.