Fort Paull Museum

Fort Paull
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10 Acre Napoleonic Fortress on the banks of the Humber Estuary dating back to 1542 when the first fort was built in the reign of Henry V111. Containing Underground rooms and tunnels and a large events arena.Exhibits have a strong local content and the site also contains bar and cafe,tea rooms, assault courses, art gallery and gift shop as well as the new exhibit of the world's only Blackburn beverley aircraft, and the berliner railcar.

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Opening hours

Summer Opening Times 1 Mar - 31 Oct; 1000-1800 (last admission 4pm)
Closed Winter 1 Nov - 28 Feb.

Admission charges

Adults: £6.00
Children and Concessions: £5.00
Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children): £18.00

Please check admission charges before visiting.


  • English Heritage

A collection of local military artifacts and national history blended in exhibits spanning the 500 years of the fort's history plus a fabulous array of outdoor events

Collection details

Archives, Social History, Weapons and War

Key artists and exhibits

  • The Bill Howard collection , The Blackburn Beverley , the Fortress Vaults , Phil Rochester's Military gallery , the caponieres.

Fort Paull Museum
Battery Road
Paull nr. Kingston Upon Hull
East Yorkshire
HU12 8FP




01482 896236

Head Office

01482 882655

Events manager

01482 813010

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