Sheffield City Centre has a huge variety of architecture and public spaces to enjoy, so you can wander round with friends and a coffee and have a really nice day without spending too many of those precious pounds.
Here's some suggestions of what you could look for as you wander round - both in and outside.
Site Gallery is Sheffield’s leading international contemporary art space, supporting artists specialising in moving image, new media and performance.
The Millennium Gallery is Sheffield’s premier destination for art, craft and design. Here you can see some of Sheffield’s unique heritage, including the metalwork which made the city world famous, alongside contemporary art and design exhibitions.
Once a utopian social housing project of the same mould as the Barbican in London, complete with its own morgue, police station and school, Urban Splash are now mid-way through their total redevelopment of one of the dominating features of the city’s skyline.
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.
Few cities can boast a public space like Sheffield’s Winter Garden and its outdoor companion the Peace Gardens.
Grey to Green is an award-winning scheme bringing colour and sustainability to inner-city Sheffield. Designed with climate change, wellbeing and economic investment in mind, Grey to Green is helping to lay foundations for a healthy, sustainable future for this part of Sheffield.
Easily accessible from over the Supertram bridge at Park Square roundabout, or out the rear entrance of the train station, in South Street Park, it has fantastic views across to the city centre, and has been used for performances, screenings and installations.
One of the UK's best indoor markets and home to over 90 independent traders, The Moor Market has a range of stalls offering the terrific quality but great value that is associated with the best markets, and brings customers a unique retail experience, full of characters, wonderful flavours, sights and sounds.
The home of Sheffield's visual art collection since 1934, the Graves Gallery is located on the third floor of Sheffield Central Library.
The Five Weirs Canal Walk is a surfaced path and cycleway, stretching for 7.5 km along the River Don and passing the five historic weirs from which it takes its name.