The Humber Bridge, Kingston-upon-Hull

Bridge · Tourist Spot
Officially opened by H.M. the Queen in 1981, the The Humber Bridge is a 2,220 m (7,280 ft) single-span suspension bridge and the seventh longest of its type in the world. The structure can be seen for miles around and provides impressive views of both sides of the river. Take in the view with a breezy walk or jog and share a picnic lunch in the nearby wooded area when you’ve earned a rest. For additional information, head into the Visitor Centre to learn more about the Bridge’s history. Note, parking on the north (Yorkshire) side is free and there is a snackbar should you need it. Take a look at our Kingston-upon-Hull trip itinerary planning site to schedule your visit to The Humber Bridge and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • I really love walk near the bridge. And if course in park as well. Its the best park with view near Hull. I love to come there after all week working.  more »
  • I accidentally drove through the tag lane. I paid as soon as the dept was available on the humbertag website which was the following day. Then I get a fine through the post to say I didn't pay! They.....  more »
  • We are lucky enough to live a short walk from this beautiful and iconic landmark. We had promised our 6 year old granddaughter that we would walk across it on a fine day. So, on a bright sunny...  more »

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