Hull Station can be found within the Hull Paragon Interchange, which is also the home of Hull’s bus station.
The station is ideally located to provide access to the city’s many fantastic amenities including popular attractions like the St Stephen's shopping centre, The Deep and Hull Marina. The main entrances/exits for the station are on Ferensway.
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When you arrive, keep an eye out for the bronze statue of celebrated poet Philip Larkin, which was installed at the station in 2010 to mark the 25th anniversary of his death.
The ticket office is open from 05.45 to 20.00, Monday to Saturday, and 08.15 to 19.00 on Sunday. Self-service ticket machines are also available.
The car park is open 24/7, and offers 280 spaces. The following charges apply for rail users:
£2.00 for up to 2 hours £3.50 for up to 4 hours £4.50 per day
Monthly, three-monthly and annual parking tariffs are also available.
The taxi rank is located directly outside the station.
Hull bus station and train station are located under the same roof, so it’s especially easy to continue your journey. Bus services in Hull are operated by Stagecoach and East Yorkshire Motor Services. More information on travelling by bus can be found on the Hull City Council website.