Festival organisers strongly recommend the use of public transport, as there is no on-site car parking available.
It’s easy and affordable to travel to Humber Street Sesh with Hull Trains.
The HSS site is around 15-20 minute walk from the Hull Paragon Interchange. HSS are suggesting visitors access the site by walking along Princes Dock Street, across the A63 Murdoch’s connection bridge crossing and walking along Humber Dock Street.
Travel to Hull and back for a discounted fare of £10 or less from Doncaster, Selby, Howden and Brough with our brand new Hull Leisure Return ticket. Don’t forget, children aged 5 to 15 travel for half price.
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Book your train tickets and find more details here.
Travelling from further afield? You can book tickets from across the UK to Hull on the Hull Trains website.
There is no parking available on site for festival visitors, however many car parks are open across the city with local car parks being: Princes Quay (HU1 2PQ), King William House Car Park (HU1 1RS) – please check car park closing times when planning your journey to HSS.
Visitors can access the site by walking along Princes Dock Street, across the A63 Murdoch’s connection bridge crossing and walking along Humber Dock Street.
Alternatively walk under the Myton Bridge flyover which is on High Street and onto Humber Street.
Hull has a multitude of new dedicated cycle lanes across the City to ensure safety of cyclists to access the event.