Schools Out For Summer And We Are Full Of Pride.
Wednesday 10th July
The kids are running riot in the beautiful summer weather but what does Hull have to offer to keep the rascals busy
Whilst staying with us you can explore the many museums and galleries to stimulate the senses within in the city.
Oh and by the way they are all FREE!
Explore the Humber Street Gallery (5 min walk), situated on the wonderful Humber Street. We recommend heading to the gallery's rooftop bar to get a panoramic view of the surrounding area.
The gallery also offers a number of free and paid workshops in July:
For the little ones there is the Early Bods workshop for ages 0-5 (Wednesday 31st July, 10:30am – 12pm)
'Preserving Your Surplus' is a free workshop that is an open-access community-run production line, turning found, foraged, surplus and donated produce into batches of healthy pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi and more! - ( Saturday 20th July 12-4pm )
'Recipe comic making' – record your experiments in cookery and art by making your own ‘recipe comic’ in this workshop ( Saturday 27th July 1pm-4pm)
Whatever the weather, you could head In the other direction through the old town , there is the museum quarter (2 min walk) which is home to the Hull & East Riding , the Arctic Corsair , Street Life and Wilberforce museums.
If your little ones are still up for an adventure then keep heading along the Hull river ( behind the street life museum) to the Bankside Gallery (25 min walk) , This open-air legal art gallery has been created on the walls in and around the industrial Bankside area to form the street-art quarter – it also features an art piece by the world renowned Banksy!
If festivals are not your thing?
The first Saturday of every month within the Paragon Arcade (10 min walk) hosts the 'After Hours event' – Independently run eateries and shops open 6-10pm, features live music and chilled vibes.
Street Food Night , it's in the name – explore the tastes of a fantastic range of pop-up eateries on the first Thursday of every Month within the trinity square, its directly opposite Hideout!
Check out the Ferens Art gallery (5 min walk) which currently has the 'Microbes' exhibition (18th May - 1st September 2019) – Glowing landscape of suspended inflatable microbe pods. Get your kids to walk through the pods to cause them to sway and clash.
After the Gallery you could explore the area , Humber Street is full of independently run eateries and stores. See the many boats that litter the glorious marina, stroll to the Pier that overlooks the Humber river and then head to the 'Deep', the UK's biggest aquarium.
We are full of pride here in Hull!
We at hideout love diversity so come join us and get involved in this years Pride in Hull event on Saturday 20th July. The festival which celebrates the LGBT Community features the renowned parade that heads through the city- which is not to be missed and live music acts within the Queens Gardens (5 min walk)
This years performances feature Claire Richards of Steps , Melanie C of the Spice Girls and Alaska 5000 , The winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2.
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