Wilberforce House
Wilberforce House is the birth place of William Wilberforce, the famous abolitionist, and is located in High Street, Kingston upon Hull, England. Like the nearby Blaydes House and Maister House, it was formerly a Merchant's house with access to quayside on the River Hull. It is now part of Hull's Museum Quarter and there is also the Nelson Mandela peace garden in the vicinity. William Wilberforce was an MP who was most influential in the abolition of slavery, which became his life's work. The house is now a museum, which showcases the life and work of one of Hull's most famous sons. It is also classified as a Grade I listed building. The museum re-opened on 25 March 2007, after a two-year £1.6 million redevelopment, in time for the 200th anniversary of Wilberforce's Act of Parliament abolishing the slave trade in the British Empire. The new exhibition has a broad focus on the history of slavery in addition to materials relating to the life and work of Wilberforce. The front garden to the museum contains a statue to Wilberforce.

Georgian Houses
The two 'Georgian Houses' adjacent to Wilberforce House formerly housed an annexe containing a display of historic costume and period rooms before closing for refurbishment.