The Hull Tile Trail

The city of Kingston Upon Hull has a rich history and this is illustrated through decorative tiles, mosaics and ceramics. This trail produced by the Tile and Ceramic Association documents the architectural ceramics which decorate the whole city.

Victorian and Edwardian tiles clad the city's historic buildings as well as appearing on the tiled street names. This trail takes in some of the most striking examples of tiledĀ buildings, mosaics and ceramics as well as demonstrating the city's stunning buildings and historic architecture.

Practical Information: The trail starts at Hull's Holy Trinity Minster and ends at the city's main Paragon railway station. This trail has been completed by our team and is an easy, very gentle walk which is fully accessible. The trail takes around 1 and a half hours and passes several places to eat and drink. The trail is easily accessible by car and public transport. A few of the sites on the extended trail are outside of the city centre and may require a car or bus ride to visit.

Unfortunately there is currently no website detailing the trail but leaflets are available in museums, galleries and the central tourist information at the City Hall.

Hull Tile Art Trail
United Kingdom

Last modified: 
Saturday, 3 June, 2017 - 17:53