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The Hull Maritime Museum is a museum in Kingston upon Hull, England, that explores the seafaring heritage of the city and its environs. The museum’s stated mission is “To preserve and make available the maritime history of Hull and east Yorkshire through artefacts and documents”.
The museum, originally known as the Museum of Fisheries and Shipping, opened in 1912 in Pickering Park. It moved to its current location, the Dock Offices building, in 1974. The Dock Offices building is so-named as it is the former headquarters of the Hull Dock Company, which operated all docks in Hull until 1893. Built in 1872, it is a Grade II* listed building and a striking example of Victorian architecture. The building stands in Queen Victoria Square, opposite theQueen’s Gardens, in Hull’s city centre. Hull City Council currently operates and maintains the museum.
The period of time covered by the exhibits extends back to the Bronze Age and through the Middle Ages, but the museum primarily concerns itself with Hull’s maritime history from the 19th century onward. The museum’s exhibits are arranged along the following primary themes: