The Hull Paragon Interchange houses both the bus and train stations that serve Hull, with over 2 million rail passengers using the station every year.
Opening its doors in 1848, the station was designed in the Italian Renaissance style, its facade lined with Ionic and Doric columns; the station’s hotel continued this iconic architecture, and the two buildings made an impressive pair.
The Paragon Interchange houses, as well as the stations, a shopping arcade, a theatre and a music centre.
It takes approximately an hour to get from Hull Station to the nearest airport at Humberside by train.
Walking along Margaret Moxon Way to Hull city centre takes only a minute from the station.
Hull Station car park can house 280 cars.
There are 251 spaces for bikes at Hull Station.
For more inspiration on how you can spend your day in Hull, take a look at this handy guide on all the top attractions.