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Seven Seas Fish Trail

Tours and River Cruises, Outdoor
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Location iconHull
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Attraction Information

The unique Seven Seas Fish Trail is a terrific way to explore Hull with children! Find the fish by following Hull's remarkable art trail creating a 2 mile tour of the historic Old Town.
41 pieces of sculpture made from traditional materials make up this impressive piece of public art. Life size, from a tiny anchovy to a 10ft ray, the trail will keep everyone engaged and will have you laughing too when you see the plaice in the market place, electric eel outside the electricity sub station and the shark outside a bank!
The trail leaflet is free of charge and, if you complete the trail, you receive a free certificate from Hull Tourist Information Centre as well as being entered into the monthly prize draw to win a Seven Seas goody bag!
Public loos are handily located at Queen Victoria Square, the Princes Quay Shopping Centre and on Victoria Pier.


Image "Marling Plaque" copyright Ewan Munro via Flickr / Image cropped vertically from original.

Opening hours

Trail guide available from tourist information centre but trail accessible year round



Tourist Information Centre, 79 Carr Lane Queen Victoria Square,
East Yorkshire,
HU1 3RQ,

Phone number

01482 300300


Trail is completely free to explore


FAQ & Additional Information

Additional Info

Anything else I should know?

There is an onsite shop

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