There is a gallery with old arcade machines (the 8-year-old was amazed at the Space Invaders one), and you can scare your toddlers with The Laughing Policeman.
Upstairs there is a bicycle gallery, a carriage simulator (you sit inside and it rocks about a bit), and a country house gallery.
Lots of toilets available for the size of the museum.
There is a lift to go upstairs but it wasn’t working on our visit. If you need to take a pram, be prepared to abandon it downstairs.
No cafe available but there are gardens outside with picnic tables.
Very limited parking available. Use the usual Hull city centre car parks and on-street metered bays.
For more information, please visit their website .
Right next door is the Hull and East Riding Museum.
Post written by Joanne Brady