We really are pretty lucky here, and if you're looking to move here then it'll all be yours too.
Head over to our What's on page to find out more about specific performances, events and exhibitions, but in the meantime, just so you get a flavour of everything that's on offer, here's a bunch of venues in the city (and this isn't even all of them...).
Portland Works, built in 1877, is one of the earliest surviving examples of an integrated metal trades complex. It is a Grade II* listed building, which in 1913 became the first place in the world to manufacture stainless steel cutlery.
Originally opened in 1971, the Crucible is a world-famous theatre and iconic Sheffield landmark, with a distinctive stage.
Site Gallery is Sheffield’s leading international contemporary art space, supporting artists specialising in moving image, new media and performance.
With over a hundred years of history, this magnificent theatre provides an ornate backdrop to the very best of the West End, with a diverse programme of touring productions including musical theatre, opera, ballet, contemporary dance, family shows and comedy.
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.
Learn what it was like to live and work in Sheffield during the Industrial Revolution and see how steelmaking forged the city.
The UK's national cultural centre for videogames, The National Videogame Museum is on a mission to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret videogames for everyone. With over 100 playable exhibits, it's also a lot of fun!
The museum is located in one of Yorkshires first purpose built combined Police, Fire and Ambulance Stations dating back to 1898. This amazing building houses over 45 vehicles relating to the worlds Emergency Services from Horse Drawn Fire Engines to Ambulances and from Police Cars to Mines Rescue.
Bloc is a contemporary art-space and studio complex located in the centre of Sheffield.
Established in 1991 Cupola remains one of the most respected contemporary galleries for the sale and exhibition of fine art & fine craft in the north of England.
The Merlin Theatre is a beautiful theatre is set in the gardens of Tintagel House in Nether Edge and is a thriving arts centre and a unique place for celebrating the creative potential of young people with special educational needs.
The Library Theatre hosts all sorts of performances, from theatre, film, dance and music to literature events, stand-up comedy, children’s shows, pantomime, variety shows, burlesque, lectures, demonstrations and meetings.
The Lantern Theatre has been used as a location to host a huge range of professional and amatuer productions over the years. It has played host to music concerts, professional theatre productions, live bands, charity events, company team building events, acting classes, as a film location and even as a sound recording area for a local film.
Theatre Deli is an arts charity that turn disused spaces into inclusive and accessible spaces of creative activity.
The Montgomery Theatre and Arts Centre is a 200-year-old Sheffield Community Venue.
The home of Sheffield's visual art collection since 1934, the Graves Gallery is located on the third floor of Sheffield Central Library.
S1 Artspace is an artist-led organisation providing studio space for over twenty Sheffield based artists and a project space, which presents an annual programme of contemporary exhibitions, screenings and events.
Leading popular venue for contemporary art in Sheffield, based in a well preserved mid 19thc. cutlery factory in the city centre.
Yorkshire Artspace provides studio space to around 170 artists and makers across two studio sites in Sheffield city centre, and hold regular open days and special events around festivals and exhibitions.
Welcome to the Art House which has been built for learning, enjoying and developing creativity.
The city's amazing collections of beautiful, varied & unusual treasures are brought to life through fascinating histories, incredible facts and hands-on interactives.
Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet is a unique eighteenth century industrial works and a Scheduled Ancient Monument, made up of Grade I and Grade II listed buildings.