Visits and Getting there, HMP Humber

Visits are held a both sites. At the Wold site they are held 9:00 – 11:00 Monday to Friday and 14:00-16:00 Tuesday to Friday. The times for the Everthorpe site are slightly different 9:30-11:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and 14:14-16:15 Monday, Thursday, Friday.

Currently both sites have visitors centre where you can buy snacks.

To book visits you can call the Wolds site on 01430 428413 and the Everthorpe site on 01430 426505. You can also Booking via email for the Everthorpe site at [email protected]

Getting there


HMP Humber Prison is located between the villages of North & South Cave, East Yorkshire and is made up of two separate sites: Everthorpe & Wolds.  Please take note of which site you are visiting prior to travelling.  Both sites are clearly marked. The postcodes are HU15 1RB  for the Everthorpe site and HU15 2JZ for the Wold site

If you want to plan your journey on public transport visit the Yorkshire Travel  produced web site, (click here). It is an excellent way to plan your visits. The basic details are shown below.

East Yorkshire bus service, number 155. Telephone EYMS for timetable details (BusLine 01482 59 29 29). Nearest train station is Brough which is 5 miles away – a taxi is required to complete the journey.

By Car:

From the East: leave the A63 at the turn off for Market Weighton/South Cave (A1034), Follow the road into South Cave. At the crossroads turn left towards North Cave. After approximately 2 miles your will see the prison sites on your left, Everthorpe site first then Wolds.

From the North: stay on the A1034 until you reach South Cave. At the crossroads turn right towards North Cave. After approximately 2 miles the prison sites are on the left, Everthorpe site first then Wolds

From the South and West: Use the M62 and exit at junction 36 and follow the signs.

Car parking is available at both of prison’s sites.

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