The cycle gallery at Streetlife Museum is temporarily closed due to technical problems. We’re sorry for the inconvenience. The rest of the museum is open for your visit.
Plan your visit
Take a trip through time at Streetlife Museum! You don’t need a ticket to come aboard – entry is free. Here’s some handy info to help you plan your visit.
Monday to Saturday
Last admission: 30 minutes before closing time.
We’re open on bank holidays except Good Friday.
We’re also closed between 24–28 December and on 1 January.
Toilets (including accessible toilet)
Where to find us
You’ll find us in the Museums Quarter in Hull’s Old Town, next to the River Hull. Hull and East Riding Museum of Archaeology and Wilberforce House are also nearby.
General enquiries: 01482 300 300
Hull bus station (Paragon Interchange) is just a 15-minute walk away.
The nearest bus stop is Drypool Bridge on Alfred Gelder Street.
Being at the centre of Hull, we’re easily accessible by car.
You’ll find parking nearby on Alfred Gelder Street and Gandhi Way. The Tower Street Car Park is also nearby, just across the river.
We want the Streetlife Museum to be accessible to all our visitors. That’s why we have extra info and resources available to help you plan your visit – from easy-read guides to wheelchair hire. Visit our dedicated access page to find out more.
It’s free to visit the Streetlife Museum. And you don’t need to book – just come on down.
Food and drink
We don’t have our own café at the museum, but you’ll find a lovely outdoor picnic area here. If the weather’s good, why not bring a packed lunch and make the most of it?
There are also lots of places to eat and drink nearby. Including an independent café just across from our entrance on High Street.
If you’d like to travel home with a little souvenir, visit our gift shop at the entrance to the museum.
Events and exhibitions
Whether you’re a history buff, school group or local sightseer – travel back in time with us! To find out about our latest exhibitions and events, take a look What’s on at Streetlife Museum. Or why not add a visit to one of our nearby museums and make the most of your day out?
You’re welcome to take photos for personal, non-commercial use when you visit. Be sure to share your snaps with us on social media: