This exhibition looks at the shared culture between Hull and the coastal region of north western Europe throughout the ages.

Dutch influence can be seen throughout the city and surrounding landscape, unsurprising given that trading links go back as far as the 13th century and in the 1920s over half the imported fruit and vegetables from the Netherlands came in via Hull.

From art and architecture to the greenhouses in Cottingham, this exhibition explores Hull's ties with communities across the North Sea.

Ferens Art Gallery

Queen Victoria Square, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU1 3RA

01482 613902

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Opening times

Daily, 10am - 4 30pm (Sunday 11am - 4pm)

Free to all

20% off shop

Valid to 31 December 2018

The gift shop offers a variety of postcards, cards and prints, and a great selection of art and craft books.

20% off café

Valid to 31 December 2018

Whether you fancy breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, the gallery's bustling La Loggia Café offers food and drink in a unique, cultural setting. There's even an outside terrace by the waterside to enjoy during the summer months.


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