Holiday at home in Sheffield

A ‘Sheffield Staycation’ is likely to be a theme for lots of people this year. Whether you're a resident enjoying a ‘holiday at home’ or a visitor venturing here for a short city break, here you'll find stories, guides and information in case you need a little inspiration to make the most of what the city has to offer. Escape the everyday in Sheffield!

Of course, we already have two websites full of great ideas for experiencing Sheffield. If you’re a visitor you may also want to check out our general info on and

Live theatre is set to return to Sheffield this autumn as Sheffield Theatres announce a socially distanced season of productions to be staged in the Crucible over coming months.

A brand new bar concept from the team behind Sheffield’s popular Peddler Market opens to the public occupying a former spring factory on Burton Road.

Over 50 works from one of the UK’s most significant collections of Old Master drawings are set to return to Sheffield’s Millennium Gallery this month after wowing visitors earlier this year.

Here in Sheffield we are incredibly lucky to be enjoy some amazing green spaces and of course the stunning Peak District- here are some ideas for making the most of what's on our doorstep...

Shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants have been reopening in the city centre, so if you’re planning a trip, here are the key things to look out for so you know what to expect…

Kelham Island Museum is now open welcoming visitors, after almost 5 months of closure, and also has Visit Britain’s ‘We’re Good to Go’ certification recognising it as a COVID-secure attraction.

Sheffield has a great range of family friendly attractions and they have measures in place to ensure a safe visit for all. If you are planning a visit, we strongly recommend you book in advance.

Daisy Dukes Halloween Drive-In Cinema is set to roll into Sheffield this October, with interactive actors and the world’s largest mobile outdoor screen, for a weekend spooktacular of film screenings.

Nothing was going to stop the Off The Shelf team from presenting the best of literary talent in 2020, a year when books and reading have been even more essential than ever.

The Festival has worked closely with partners to present an Autumn programme of events to enrich audience appetites and encourage them back into Sheffield city venues.

Lots of businesses have been working hard to keep the good stuff flowing! Check out the beer shops, pubs and breweries offering takeout, collection and delivery. 

Sheffield Culture Hub is a collective of organisations keeping culture open and helping the arts community stay strong in Sheffield- visit the hub to see all the great culture content you can enjoy at home.