Fort Paull, Kingston-upon-Hull

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  • An old fort of the Napoleonic era guarding the approach by sea to Hull. Used extensively upto and including post WW2. Now a museum wth lots to see. Also now used for events.  more »
  • Went there for a WW2 planned event with the kids. It's a bit limited to be honest. Was expecting a bit more for the entrance fee and have to say was looking to go home after about 1.5 hours.  more »
  • A friend of mine told me about the fort as my teenage son enjoys history. We arrived to find that you can only pay by cash, no cards. The nearest cash machine is about 4 miles away at Sainsbury's Supe...  more »
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  • Paid a visit for a battle reenactment and loved it. There is also a small museum structure to the place that has some very interesting information. The cafe does basic but tasty food. Certainly recommended.
  • Went to their WW2 Weekend for the 3rd Year, great event, well worth putting in your diary. Check their website as they do other themed weekends. Note entry is by cash only.
  • Pretty good place, and history abound! There is plenty to see and do, and with various activities within the grounds like WW2 themes, and Classic car shows, makes this an interesting visiting experience.
  • Great place to visit. Lots to see but you need to look and walk down tunnels. Can be a bit dark and damp for some people. Lots of history . Ignore the bad reviews yes something are ruff and rusty but were else can you see and clime into a Blackburn Beverley plane
  • Took my little 4 year old boy here today. Well worth the £6.50 entry fee. there is stacks of history to be seen, and plenty to read up on. with a little imagination, you can really get to feel what the occupation of Fort paull throughout the ages was like. There are some very interesting below surface quarters with manikins depicting what went on within the confines, a very large plane to walk around, a train carage, and an extensive collection of action men figures which took me back to my childhood. There is a little kids play area which I must say is in desperate need of attention, but my little boy loved it non the less. We had some lunch in the on sight cafe which was nice enough with friendly staff, you can even get a beer in the bar too. It would be great to see some real investment put into fort Paull, it could be a real winner, as it's a little run down. I'll be looking forward to the events that they hold during the year when we visit fort Paull again
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