Hull Railway Station is a part of Hull Paragon Interchange Complex, located in the center of Kingston upon Hull, in England. The complex integrate Hull's railway station with the bus and coach station, so, for travelers and tourists is easier and they gain a few hours that they can use to visit Hull. Near Hull Railway Station there are a lot of things to see. If you are one of those people who reach Hull and you want to spend the hours you would have lost commuting in a lovely manner, try visiting interesting things you have to know what this city might offer you. Right near the Hull Railway Station there are some interesting places, so you will not lose time.
Philip Larkin's statue is located in the old station, so it greets the visitors who travel through Hull Railway Station as soon as they step down from the train. Philip Larkin is one of England's greatest poets and his statue was designed by Martin Jennings. The cost of the statue - 100.000 pounds was raised from charitable events held within the Hull Railway Station grounds and the statue was unveiled at the 25th anniversary of the poet's death, in another ceremony held at the same place, the Hull Railway Station.
The Queen's Gardens are a set of gardens located near the Hull Railway Station, in the city's center, a oasis of trees and flowers and fountains. On the north side there is a plaque commemorating Robinson Crusoe, who started his journey in Hull.
The Hull City Hall is a splendid building conceived in the style of baroque revival between 1903 and 1909. Located in Queen Victoria Square, steps away from the Hull Railway Station, the city hall is home to a hall which hosts concerts and graduation ceremonies. Also, souvenir shops are available on the ground floor if you want to take home memories that will remind you of Hull.