The following attractions are located within 15 miles of HU181XF:
Hornsea Museum was established in 1978. The museum is not a relic but a living entity, changing with time, to reflect the changing patterns of village life in North Holderness over the passing centuries.
Entrance fee: £2 / £1.50
Hainsworth Park - golf course in Driffield, North Humberside. Contact the golf course on telephone number 01964 542362 for course availability, course rules, member information, golf academy (if available) and green fees at Hainsworth Park golf course/club.
Rebuilt in 1743 during Hull’s heyday as an affluent trading centre, this house is a typical but rare survivor of a contemporary merchant’s residence. The restrained exterior belies the spectacular plasterwork staircase inside.
Entrance fee: 80p (inc guide book)
Birthplace of William Wilberforce, known worldwide for his fight to abolish slavery, this 17th Century building retains many interesting features, such as the oak panelled banqueting room. For over 200 years the house was the property of 3 important Hull merchant families, the Listers and the Thorntons, as well as the Wilberforces.
Entrance fee: Free admission
The museum includes a new motor car gallery, a major extension of the popular carriage gallery, a larger street-scene with several new shops and a hands-on interactive exhibition area. We hope you will agree that the results have been well worth the wait!If you've ever wondered what goes on under the bonnet of your car this is the place for you! There is an interactive showing how a carburettor fuels the engine and a giant distributor making sure the spark goes to the right cylinder.
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