Hull is a flat city and with everything in such easy reach it’s perfect for walking. Try the Walkit App to find the best routes around the city. Our new festival map will be live soon, so you can plan your route around the event. There’s loads happening, so be prepared to wander.
Why not ditch the car and get on your bike? As Hull’s such a flat city it’s easy to ride your way around, and that way you’ll get to see more of your favourite shows taking place across the city. There’s a Bike Hub at the interchange if you fancy hiring a bike for the day and plenty of cycle paths and bike parks to make it super-easy.
Park & Ride
Spend more time watching fantastic Freedom shows and less time trying to find a parking space, with our Freedom Park and Ride service.
Park up for free at Priory Park (HU4 7DY) then pay on the bus. £2.70 adult return, £1.50 child return or £8 for a family ticket.
Every 15 minutes between the times of:
Fri 1 Sept – Sat 2 Sept
7am – 12 midnight
Sun 3 Sept
9:20am – 6.20pm
For more info, check out the Stagecoach website.
PLUS two new late night bus services on Saturday from Hull City Centre to: Hessle – North Ferriby – Brough / Dunswell – Woodmansey – Beverley
Travel by car
Hull and East Yorkshire is accessible from the UK’s motorway network, connecting with the M62, M1, A1, M180 and M18.
For all other information regarding train, bus and coach check out the Visit Hull and East Yorkshire site.
There may be some road closures in place during the event weekend – please check back here for updates.
Disability viewing areas are available in Nelson Street near the Main Stage and Albion Street.
For those that require disability access and a viewing point, please email email@example.com to register for a wristband, which can be collected on site at the Humber Dock Street information point. With this you can gain entry to the stage viewing platforms and accessible toilets.
British Sign Language interpreters will also be on site for our Tent Talks programme – find out more here.