Hull Remembers

Hull Remembers
22 Whitefriargate
Hull
East Yorkshire
HU1 2EX
England

Website

Hull Remembers Exhibition Centre

http://www.hull-remembers.co.uk

Database of the people of Greater Hull who haved lived through, or died as a result of, any period of armed conflict - civil or military.

http://www.heroesofhull.co.uk

Database of the soldiers of the East Yorkshire Regiment

http://www.eyreg.co.uk

E-mail

General helpline, exhibition centre and office

info@hull-remembers.co.uk

Telephone

07856 178885

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Hull Remembers is currently raising a memorial to the people of Hull who lived through the bombing of the city in World War I & II. Our hands-on exhibition centre displays images of Hull at war, artefacts from WW1 & II and a number of real, deactivated, weapons which may be handled by our visitors.

We also offer a free military research service and can help to decypher complicated military records.

Visits from schools, college, youth groups, clubs and societies are always welcome and we are also happy to bring a selection of our favourite artefacts along to you. We can offer talks suitable for all age groups, 6 to 106, and offer a wide range of subjects. Our talks and presentations can be booked for anything from 15 minutes to a whole day.

Venue Type:

Ship or maritime heritage site, Museum, Campaign or initiative

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.

Admission charges

Admission is free although we do welcome donations towards the Hull Peoples Memorial fund.

Getting there

Travelling from Queen Victoria Square, we are on the right hand side of Whitefriargate, just past Marks & Spensers and Heron Frozen Foods.

Additional info

We believe that history should be hands-on and visitors are positively invited to bring their cameras and snap away to their heart's content.

Hull Remembers Armoury

Collection details

Weapons and War

Getting there

Travelling from Queen Victoria Square, we are on the right hand side of Whitefriargate, just past Marks & Spensers and Heron Frozen Foods.

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