Sheffield's landmark art gallery
home to permanent exhibitions in the Ruskin, Metalwork and Craft & Design galleries, as well as touring National exhibitions.
Originally designed by Robert Marnock in 1836, the garden covers 19 acres with 15 different areas, including plants from all over the world.
is one of the oldest buildings in Sheffield
telling the stories of great men & women, of industry and commerce
The largest theatre complex outside of London, comprising three theatres- the Crucible, the Lyceum and the Crucible Studio, offering both in-house productions and touring shows.
The largest urban glass house in Europe The largest urban glass house in Europe and one of Sheffield's most iconic buildings, the Winter Garden houses over 2000 species of plants from all around the world.
1/3 of Sheffield lies in the Peak Distict boundary
With quaint villages, traditional pubs & stunning wide open spaces for a range of outdoor pursuits.
Showcasing Sheffield's industrial story from early industrialisation to modern times, with Europe's largest working 12,000hp steam engine.
Known as the 'Palace of the Peak' the lavish home of the Devonshire family and one of Britain's grandest country houses is just a stone's throw from Sheffield.