Heritage Open Days 2017

This Printed booklet is FREE
CONTENTS (click titles to acccess the pdf)

It is available in the Hull History Centre, Hull tourist office (City Hall Box Office).

Also at libraries and museums in Hull and the East Riding.

It will shortly be downloadable in sections.

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Contents & Welcome (pdf)

An energetic heritage the history of energy production in East Yorkshire and 21st-century developments.

Digging deep to reveal the past fascinating archaeological finds uncovered during Hull’s public realm works.

New outlook for Hull's Old Town which is to become one of ten national Heritage Action Zones, attracting funding for conservation and development.

Cream of the crop- the history and legacy of Hull’s iconic cream phone boxes.

Making the news for 130 years - the Hull Daily Mail newspaper, which launched in 1885.

Casting net wider for tourists - what the Yorkshire Maritime City heritage project could do to attract more visitors.

Spotlight on Hedon and Paull the history of two villages and their influence on the heritage, commerce and defence of the region.

City’s role in rise of Reformation - how Hull helped shape events that changed the world.

How Hull got back to normal life after horror of the Blitz.

Old Town Ale Trail.

History in the making - Hull’s many museums offer great days out, with education, fun
and activities for all the family.

East Riding museums and attractions - Take a day out to the countryside, where you’ll find grand houses, museums, windmills and much more.

Magical history tour - great attractions opening their doors for Heritage Open Days 2017.

Talk of the Town - Talks bringing history to Life

Taking History in your stride - guided Tours

Beverley 1,000 years of history - Beverley joins in Heritage Open days for the first time this year.
and offers a rich mix mix of museums and attractions for history-lovers.

Heritage Open days - 68 attractions + Map

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