Open Studio & Garden, The Old Ice Cream Factory
Visit the Old Ice Cream Factory, once Victorian stables and early 20th Century manufactory making sweets and ice creams, now artists’ studio, gardens and apartment.
Tour the Old Ice Cream Factory studio, view displays of Trish Green’s prints and Rick Welton’s ceramics (some of which will be for sale), see an exhibition of Amy Johnson images (this is the HQ of the Amy Johnson Arts Trust), and enjoy the wildlife-friendly garden and ponds. There will also be music and refreshments.
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The site has narrow gravel paths and one step up into the studio so is not wheelchair friendly unfortunately.
Numbers are restricted to 20 per hour to allow for social distancing, with a one way route through the studio. We request that face coverings are worn inside the premises.
Booking is required with a maximum of 20 visitors per hour. For safety reasons we cannot admit dogs (except guide dogs) and children must be supervised.
Sunday 18 July
11am – 5pm
The Old Ice Cream Factory, 47 Peel Street, Hull HU3 1QR