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The on site shop, The Deepartment Store, is open from 10am to 6pm seven days a week. Here you can find a huge range of souvenirs and gifts as well as a great range of books, toys and clothing. The Deepartment Store is open to all and you don’t need an entry ticket to shop.

Every penny you spend in the shop and café helps us to carry on their work of promoting and conserving the world’s oceans.

The Deep
Hull
HU1 4DP
Tel: 01482 381000

Opening times and Prices:

Please visit The Deep’s website for up-to-date opening times and prices.

Directions:

The Deep is located within walking distance from the City Centre on the bank of the River Humber. A new pedestrian and cycle bridge provides a link to and from The Deep to the old town museum quarter and city centre shops.

Public Transport to The Deep
From Hull’s railway station you can take the Number 90 bus to The Deep. The bus goes every 20 minutes from outside Hammonds Department Store opposite the station and drops off by the pedestrian bridge adjacent to The Deep.

There is a Park and Ride facility now operational from Priory Park, Hessle. This is 5 miles west of Hull on the A63 approach road into the city. It is signposted from the A15, A63 and the Humber Bridge.

Taxis are available from outside the station for approximately £4.00 single fare.

To walk to The Deep from the station, exit the station and cross the road towards Hammonds department store and then follow the pedestrian signs to The Deep.

From the South & South West
Follow the signs for Hull & Humber Bridge then for A63 and Hull City Centre. Continue into Hull following the signs for the Ferry. This route will take you straight over two sets of traffic lights past Princes Quay Shopping Centre (on the left) and the Marina (on the right) and over Myton Bridge. At the first roundabout turn left – signposted City Centre North. Almost immediately turn left into Citadel Way (opposite Victoria Dock Tavern). Continue to the end of the road to a T-junction. Turn left and follow the signs for The Deep.

From the North
Take the A1079 towards Beverley then follow signs for the Humber Bridge and the A164. Take the A63 signposted Hull City Centre. Continue into Hull following the signs for the “Ferry”. This route will take you over two sets of traffic lights past Princes Quay Shopping Centre (on the left) and the Marina (on the right) and over Myton Bridge. At the first roundabout turn left – signposted “City Centre North”. Almost immediately turn left into Citadel Way (opposite Victoria Dock Tavern). Continue to the end of the road to a T-junction. Turn left and follow the signs for The Deep.

From the East
The A165 approaches Hull from the East Coast and onto Holderness Road. Follow signs for A63/M62 Leeds. At second roundabout turn right – signposted City Centre North. Almost immediately turn left into Citadel Way (opposite Victoria Dock Tavern). Continue to the end of the road to a T-junction. Turn left and follow the signs for The Deep.

From the East & Hull Dock
Proceed along the A1033 towards Hull. At second roundabout turn right – signposted City Centre North. Almost immediately turn left into Citadel Way (opposite Victoria Dock Tavern). Continue to the end of the road to a T-junction. Turn left and follow the signs for The Deep.