Streetlife Museum, Museum Quarter, Hull - Open Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sunday 1.30pm – 4.30pm. Free entry.
There is limited blue badge parking available please ask at Wilberforce House reception or telephone 01482 616428 in advance of your visit to discuss your requirements. Alternatively two on street blue badge only parking bays are available on Ghandi Way approximately 70m from the Museums Quarter entrance. The Streetlife Museum is fully wheelchair accessible with lifts to all floors. There are public toilets including wheelchair accessible and baby changing facilities. There are facilities for the hearing impaired and assistance dogs are welcome.
The Streetlife Museum in the Old Town Museum Quarter is a transport museum which has a fully equipped high street from the 1940s. It has over 200 years or transport history.
High Street, Old Town, Hull HU1 1PS
Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sunday 1.30pm – 4.30pm.
From Beverley via A1079 (13.4m). Head north east on Newbegin towards Lairgate/A164. Turn left onto Lairgate/A164. Turn left onto York Road/A1174. Follow A1079 and A1033 to Cleveland Street/A1165 in Hull for 9.8 miles. Continue on A1165. Drive to High Street.
From Barton upon Humber via Humber Bridge/A15 and A63 (11m) (this route has tolls). Get on Humber Bridge/A15 from Ferriby Road/A1077. Follow A15 and A63 to Market Place in Hull for 9.3 miles. Continue on Market Place. Drive to High Street.
The closest railway station is at Hull approximately 0.6 miles away. There are buses that serve the local area. For more travel information go to http://www.traveline.info or call 0871 200 22 33.
Hull has a wealth of attractions including museums, churches, hotels, bed-and-breakfast accommodation, bars and restaurants, with grocery stores and several shopping centres.