Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire is more commonly referred to as just Hull. It is situated just 40km from the North Sea. Historically, this quaint town has been a market area as well as a centre for fishing and whaling. Hull was one of the first cities in the UK to have a municipally owned telephone company dating all the way back to 1902. In recent years, following a period of decline after WWII, Hull has been rejuvenated and revived. Today, there are a wide array of cultural as well as sporting activities available in Hull; offering entertainment for visitors who are looking for a great getaway.
Whilst the city of Kingston upon Hull famous for its distinctive and highly recognisable accent, the city is famed for so much more than merely the dialect. Both parents and children will be delighted with the Deep Aquarium located within the city of Kingston upon Hull which is home to over 3500 different types of fish as well as 40 sharks (as if one was not enough to contend with!)
When the Deep Aquarium was first created, it was built with the view of marine research as well as a means of promoting and safeguarding the wellbeing and safety of different types of marine life. Since its founding in 2002, the Aquarium has managed to attract more than 2 million visitors hailing from every corner of the globe, thanks to interactive tours, exciting displays and the friendly staff.
For those of you who are feeling especially brave, and are looking for a highly unique dining experience then you may want to try dining with the sharks!
The restaurant and dining area is located with a birds eye view of the shark tanks, and to be honest the cost of the meal is worth the sheer novelty of this once in a lifetime experience. The friendly staff will more than happy to answer any questions that you may have for them, and you can be rest assured that you are indeed speaking to experts in the field, as the majority of the staff in the Deep Aquarium are marine biologists.