Actually, the original version seems to be
From Hull, from Halifax, from hell, ’tis thus,
From all these three, good Lord deliver us.
That’s from “A Merry-Wherry-Ferry Voyage” by John Taylor, the Water Poet, in 1622, collected in Early Prose and Poetical Works of John Taylor, The Water Poet (1580–1653) Hamilton, Adams & Co, London 1888.
I’ve been to (a few bits of) Halifax. The Piece Hall is stunning and the Calderdale Industrial Museum [Saturdays, 10.00am to 4.00pm] has not only a wonderful collection of machines but also a wonderful collection of knowledgeable volunteers who can tell you all about them: well worth a visit if you have any interest in industrial history, but allow plenty of time.
So there is much to be said for visiting Hull and Halifax.
I wouldn’t bother about Hell, though: it’s full of Brexiteers, all thinking up magical solutions for getting out.