I remember visiting this as a child and being impressed. I told this to the reception staff and they told me the place had been re-designed in 1987 so it wasn't what I remembered. They were right.
It's an interesting place, but the displays are definitely now stuck in the late 1980s. 27 years old. Upstairs there is a lot of information regarding the slave trade - and it seems as if William takes a back seat to this. He was an important figure in the abolition of the slave trade but not the only one. His religious views are rather less populist these days - he certainly wouldn't approve of Hull's night club scene.
It's free! Like a lot of the museums in Hull. An interesting visit, but not as good as I remembered.
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