Cathedral, free entry
Whether you have come to pray, to search or to ponder; whether you are a lover of art, architecture or music; whether you need help or have come to look round, you are most welcome here.
Come to one of Sheffield’s oldest buildings, the ancient heart of this great city. Stones from a Norman church (11th – 12th century) with their dog-tooth pattern, can be seen set in the east wall.
The Tudor monuments in the Shrewsbury Chapel are magnificent, especially the one commemorating the 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, husband of Bess of Hardwick and guardian of Mary Queen of Scots during her fourteen years of imprisonment in Sheffield.
Every window tells a story, not least the Lantern window in the west end which welcomes you in to this place.
May charge for some activities and events.
SK 353874 53.38226 -1.47076
M1 J33/34. Follow signs for Sheffield City Centre. Follow brown signs for the Cathedral. Limited parking nearby. For detailed directions please check the cathedral website.
: 1 mile from Sheffield station