Exhibition
Mon 25th September 2017 to Thu 26th October 2017
Hull Fishing Heritage Art Exhibition

Hull's Fishing Heritage Exhibition brings together old and young generations to tell the story of the glory days of Hull's Fishing Heritage.

Supported by community heritage groups, ex-fishermen, school groups and local artists, our aim is to create a unique exhibition for young and old to enjoy. Featuring traditional and contemporary art, videos, trawler models and a range of interactive, educational activities, the exhibition will recapture what it was like living at a time when Hull was the largest fishing port in the world.

Expect to be moved and inspired by Hull's central story.

Located in the Carriage House at Burton Constable, this exciting exhibition can be view daily between 11am and 5pm.

Entry to the exhibition is included with normal admission charges.

Contact Information:

Helen Dewson

T: 01964 562400

E: helendewson@burtonconstable.com

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