Whether travelling by car or bicycle he Humber 250 trail introduces you to the lands cut through by the Humber and to histories of the peoples who have lived here. The river Humber has long shaped the lives of people who live along its shores, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, Hull and in North Lincolnshire, encouraging trade and contact with the wider world, acting as boundary and border between north and south.
The trail leads around many of the rural and urban points of interest in the Humber region, featuring a rich blend of 70 heritage and natural history sites, ranging from Museums and Galleries, Historic Houses and gardens, Industrial and Wartime Heritage, and Archaeology & Architecture.
The Humber 250 trail guide is available as a leaflet from the regions tourist information centres, and our website, Humbermuseums.com where a free downloadable mobile phone app is also available from both Google Play and App Store.
For ease and convenience the trail route has been split into 3 sections and the sites listed, with step by step directions between them which can be downloaded or printed.
So whether you are visiting Hull for City of Culture, or fancy a scenic tour of the region and its treasures you can find more information at Humbermuseums.com/humber250