Walton Street, Hull HU3 6JG
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Annual fair held in the second week of October for eight days, running from Friday evening to the following Saturday night.
13 reviews of Hull Fair in English
I went here last year, it was huge and went on for ever. Unfortunately I went in the afternoon and not everything was open. I loved all the fortune tellers! i hope to go back one day, this time at night to see it lit up in the dark
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Can get very crowded, and the prices are a little expensive, but plenty to keep the kids amused, and if you hunt around there are always bargains to be found.
If you have under 5s you should definitely go during the afternoon, rather than the evening.
Hull Fair is Amazing,
i have Been Pretty Much every Year since i Can remember with both Family and Friends.
the Rides are Great, Especially the Rides which cater for the Children !
The Food is Great, There is a good Atmosphere, Although the Narrow entry areas can sometimes get Pretty Cramped, especially on the 1st night. but that is just a small complaint !
Other than that i would highly Recommend anybody visiting and having a good night !
Roll up, roll up…
This is the largest travelling fair in europe.
This fair opens for 8 nights of the week, baring sunday, in the first or second week of October.
Located near west park and the KC Stadium, which is the home to the might premireship (yep thats right!!) tigers and Hull FC its a must for the young and the old.
This fair, i think, is over 100 years old and sports every thing from fast & slow rides, dodgems, waltzers, stalls such as hook the duck, food and drink, toys and sweet stalls, to arcardes and of course bingo!!
Over recent years Hull Fair as become slightly expensive and you could easily spend a fair bit of money, even if you dont have children.
We all knew when the prices went up because the ride kiosk’s started displaying the 'we accept visa” sign!
Regardless of this, if you have never been to Hull Fair it is the must for everyone and it’s lovely to see children’s faces light up at the smells, lights, sound and fun of the fair!
Hull fair is great fun, a good opportunity to let your hair down with the kids or friends.It is the largest travelling fair in Europe.The fair caters for both young and old, with plenty of toddler rides and even more thrillseeker rides.There are plenty of food stalls, selling anything from chips to chestnuts.There is usually a 'happy hour’ type period earlier in the evening when most rides are discounted up to 50%, a must when you have a big family! Car parking is fairly good, with plenty of opportunity to park close by. Toilets are available during fair time but I have never dared go in them so can’t comment on what they are like inside.
Hull Fair is the one event everybody in hull looks forward to. It has everything to offer. Lots of food and sweet stalls. Classic fairground rides and lots of carnival games. Every year it is packed out and shows how popular it is. Theres is plenty of police around and so you can feel safe as you roam around. Saturday seems to be the busiest day and can be quite hectic. All in all it is a great day or even night out.
The legendry Hull faire!!!!! It is the event that all , children and adults look forward to every year. It’s a great pick me up for the ever lengthening winterdays. It has all the variety of rides you would hope and like to get at any amument theme park. The rides range from the little kiddy rides to the scarey roller coaters. My particular favourites are the bumper cars. One ting I don’t like about Hull fair is thatye ground can be quite muddy if we’ve had a few wet days. But hey you can prepare your self for that by poutting anold pair of shoes on. I would deinatelt recommend this to kids of all ages including the ones between the age of 18 and 100!!!
hull fair is legendary for miles around. its been running forever and is a big part of hull history. theres lots of fun rides and stalls for all ages and pockets from the penny pushers costing 2p up to the huge rides such as the bungee which cost up to a tenner. great fun for all the family, sited on walton street in the same place as the market but you wouldnt know when you were there as it feels like another world with all the lights, sounds and smells!
Always been coming 2nd week october for as long as i can recall,running fri to sat never been on on the sunday due to some law i think.This is for young & old alike,one of those you either love or hate & one i’ve always loved although i’m not as daring on the rides as i was as a teenager.As i’ve always done year after year i walk along the food/toy stalls that is quite a way down walton street then cut through to the actual rides,dart throwing & hook a duck stalls etc.The thrill of the fair as the saying goes always gets you enthralled,then back along the food stalls to pick up coconuts,brandy snaps,toffee apples & pomegranites before going home
prices this year seemed cheap consiidering everything else has gone up, was really supprised to get what i did for my money, great for kids and extra security nowadays which it good as it makes you feel safer when walking round later on, my daughter enjoyed it that much we went twice and she keeps asking me when its coming back, highly reccommended
all the fun of the fair, but make sure you have your wallet/purse and ofcourse with all crowded places keep them safe, a must go to event, my son is 3 and he loved it emmensly, i dont know anybody that doesnt, besides maybe the people that live on the street lol…........ rides vary in prices for £1 to £6 i think the bungy ball maybe more though, the smells the atmosphere, colours, sounds… its just something ppl of hull have grown up with and look forward to it coming each yr, even when i lived in liverpool we still came to visit the fair…...
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