From Scunthorpe head towards the port town of Goole. Take in the Minster at Howden before arriving at the city of Hull. Head out to cross the Humber Bridge en route to Immingham. Take in Grimsby before arriving at the seaside resort of Cleethorpes.
The Lincolnshire industrial town of Scunthorpe is a good base to explore the surrounding area - take in the green spaces of nearby Normanby Country Park or visit the North Lincolnshire Museum.
The inland port town of Goole, set amongst the green fields, is rich in maritime history. Enjoy the revitalised town centre, explore the Waterways Museum or take a walk on the Knottingley and Goole Canal or visit the Blacktofts Sands Nature Reserve.
The skyline Howden is dominated by the striking Howden Minster - the 135 ft climb up Bishop Skirlaw’s Tower is rewarded with some fantastic panoramic views over the narrow Georgian streets below. Enjoy the tearooms and take in the Chapter House, Bishop’s Manor House and the Fruit House.
Packed with maritime heritage, the city of Hull sits proudly on the Humber Estuary. Take in the Museum Quarter and explore The Deep aquarium, The Streetlife Museum of Transport, the trawler Arctic Corsair, Maister House and the Hull Maritime Museum. Head for Immingham across the Humber Bridge – the high point of the trail!
The Saxon named Immingham is located on the south banks of the River Humber. Visit Immingham Museum or head out of town to see Thornton Abbey and Gatehouse.
Grimsby is a coastal town with a famous fishing heritage. Visit Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre, the trawler Ross Tiger, The Time Trap Museum and explore the open spaces of People’s Park and Weelsby Woods.
Enjoy the coastal resort town of Cleethorpes, with its sandy beaches and promenade and the Victorian folly that is Ross Castle. Take in the boating lake, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway and the Cleethorpes country park.