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Welcome to Immingham

Immingham is a small town Near the north-eastern coast of Lincolnshire. The area was sparsely populated and undeveloped up until the early 20th century, when work on the Great Central Railway's Immingham Dock began. Today, the town is a compact, urbanised area just south of the dock. It has a small, but active retail centre on Kennedy Way, and its St Andrew's church dates back to the 13th century.

Have a walk around Hull

Hull has a long history as one of Yorkshire's major maritime cities, and today is known for its unique, quirky cultural heritage. Visitors will love exploring Hull's bustling quayside, dipping into its fascinating maritime museums and browsing through an eclectic range of shops. One particular highlight is The Deep; a vast, ten-metre deep aquarium that houses stingrays, sharks, and many other interesting creatures.

Plunge into The Deep

Just a short walk from Hull Marina, The Deep is one of Yorkshire's premier tourist attractions, and a great day out for the whole family. A visit to the aquarium will take you on a mind-boggling journey through several of the world's oceans; from the freezing arctic to warm, tropical lagoons, and many climates in between. One of its highlights is a long, underwater tunnel that lets you get up-close with some incredible marine life, and see sharks swimming right over your head.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Immingham? Travelodge Scunthorpe Hotel is a half-hour drive away, and Travelodge Hull Central Hotel can be reached in 40 minutes.