Sheffield Manor Lodge

Sheffield Manor Lodge is a unique heritage attraction with Tudor Turret House and grounds, meadows, 1940s cottages and café.

From Medieval deer park to a Tudor powerhouse! Explore the ruins that once held Mary, Queen of Scots prisoner. Take a guided tour or family trail into the Turret House to meet Bess of Hardwick and see a Tudor feast.

Outside, wander through ruins, hidden gardens, a lavender labyrinth and wildflower meadows- the perfect place to spot butterflies, bees and a whole host of insects and pollinators.

Children will love the giant sandpit, playground and school holiday craft activities. 

Opening Times

Every Sunday : 10:30 - 16:00
During School Holidays - Monday to Thursday: 10:00 - 16:00


FREE entry, though there's a small charge for guided tours and children's activities. 

Additional Information

Don’t forget to stop by the Rhubarb Shed Café for a spot of lunch or coffee and cake.
The cafe is open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 3pm.

Guided tours run on Sundays only, April to September, at 10:30am, 12noon and 1.30pm.
Free visitor car parking.

Accessibility Information

Disabled parking available. 
See more accessibility information on the Sheffield Manor Lodge website