Summer Museums and Heritage Activities
Hull Museums and Heritage Learning have a packed range of activities to engage, educate and entertain the whole family throughout the Summer Holidays.
Make sure you visit the Hull Museums Facebook page which has loads of resources relating to history, archeology, art and culture. You can find the Hull Museums Facebook page here.
Festival of Archaeology Goes Digital
Kicking off the Summer Holidays, find out more about the Medieval Period by going online with Hull Museums and the Festival of Archaeology.
Our experts will guide budding historians and archaeologists through the Medieval Period with interactive content on the Hull Museums twitter feed and on their YouTube channel.
Visit the Hull Museums twitter feed here.
During the Summer Holidays the Ferens Art Gallery will be supporting children and young people to create their entries for this year's Junior Open in which will reflect childrens' experiences of lockdown.
We have a free activity pack and further inspiration through our ‘No Place Like Home’ activities and lockdown inspired collections videos available online.
More information on Junior Open can be found by visiting the Ferens Art Gallery page here.
Ferens Favourites will be an exhibition of Hull's favourite paintings, chosen by the people of Hull. During the summer we will be welcoming entries from children and young people.
Make sure you keep an eye out for the online activities we will have during the summer to help you take part in this competition.
For further information, visit the Ferens Art Gallery page here.
Living Through the Lockdown
Be part of history! The Hull History Centre in partnership with Heritage Learning are continuing their campaign to collect family's experiences of lockdown over the Summer Holiday period.
Submit content such as photographs, writing and artwork which will go down in history by having your experiences officially archived, for future generations to learn what like was like for us during this strange time.
Find out how you can get involved by visiting the project here.