No 1 - Millennium Gallery

No 1 - Millennium Gallery

Sheffield's landmark art gallery home to permanent exhibitions in the Ruskin, Metalwork and Craft & Design galleries, as well as touring National exhibitions.

No 3 - Sheffield Theatres

No 3 - Sheffield Theatres

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.

No 5 - Sheffield Botanical Gardens

No 5 - Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Originally designed by Robert Marnock in 1836, the garden covers 19 acres with 15 different areas, including plants from all over the world.

No 7 - New Moor Market

No 7 - New Moor Market

Opened in November 2013 Sheffield’s brand spanking new Moor Market is a foodie haven with over 196 stalls of artisan produce

No 9 - Meadowhall

No 9 - Meadowhall

With more than 270 shops under one roof from high street to designer names, quirky gifts and souvenirs or a Champagne bar to celebrate your shopping

No 2 - Winter Garden

No 2 - Winter Garden

The largest urban glass house in Europe One of Sheffield's most iconic buildings, the Winter Garden houses over 2000 species of plants from all around the world.

No 4 - The Peak District

No 4 - The Peak District

1/3 Sheffield lies in the Peak District boundary where quaint villages, traditional pubs & stunning wide open spaces for a range of outdoor pursuits await.

No 6 - Kelham Island Museum

No 6 - Kelham Island Museum

Showcasing Sheffield's industrial story from early industrialisation to modern times, with Europe's largest working 12,000hp steam engine.

No 8 - Chatsworth House

No 8 - Chatsworth House

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.

No 10 - Sheffield City Hall

No 10 - Sheffield City Hall

Hosts some the most famous names in entertainment from pop to philharmonic concerts, comedy club to contemporary dance