East Park

Photo of East Park Bridge

Visit Hull's largest park, one of the premier park venues in the north of England!
East Park fully opened in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee. This Grade II listed park recently benefited from a council assisted lottery grant totalling £10 million and has been transformed into a vibrant green space where you can enjoy modern attractions and discover historic treasures.
There's something for everyone - you can take a stroll around 130 acres of parkland, brave a ride on our Wicksteed splash boat, visit our animal education centre, visit the new library at the Pavillion and enjoy afternoon tea in our cafe. 
In addition to all of our amazing attractions, East Park is home to a wide range of Sport and Leisure activities run by local community clubs and organisations. 

For further information on the sorts of Sport and Leisure activities taking place at East Park

Things to do at East Park during the Easter Holidays

As well as the reopening of the Splash Boat and Land Train, the following activities are also happening throughout the Easter Holidays:
Friday 12 April – Arts, Crafts and Games with Maxlife – 3pm to 5pm

Upcoming attractions

The Splash Boat and Land Train are back again for the Spring/Summer at East Park. The popular Land Train rides and our iconic Splash Boat will be operating for the season from Saturday 6 April until Sunday 1 September.

 

East Park
Holderness Road
Hull
HU8 8JU

Telephone - 01482 300 300

Opening times - The park is staffed daily from 7.30am until dusk

How to find East Park

East Park is located to the east of the city centre, on Holderness Road. The main access for vehicles is via the entrance on Holderness Road.

There are also pedestrian entrances located on East Park Avenue, Summergangs Road, James Reckitt Avenue and Holderness Road.