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Welcome to the world of Look Up - a free, augmented reality art trail occupying the rooftops of buildings around Sheffield City Centre.

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At the top of Howard St, just over the road from the train station and on the main route into town, is the central campus of Sheffield Hallam University, who we are delighted to be able to include as a location partner for the Look Up project. There is a huge amount of work going on around here to build new facilities and continue to progress the University, so it's the perfect space to showcase Sheffield's inventive side.

The artwork you will see here is called The Neon Pack and is designed by Human Studio. It's an adaptation of some work they previously did for one of the legendary nightclubs in Sheffield, Hope Works, as part of an XR Stories production, and features music from Sheffield born artist and producer 96Back who is a rising star in the electronic scene.


Eat, drink and shop nearby

How St

Straight up the hill from the train station, opposite Hallam University central campus, sits How St. They make everything fresh from local produce, and have a lovely outdoor terrace where you can spend plenty of time supping on a coffee while you watch folks wander past.

Honey & Fig

Honey & Fig, serving up good vibes, your favourite coffees, sandwiches, corndogs and pastries.

Fusion Organic Cafe

Fusion believe in creating food that is fresh, healthy and above all tasty, presented with a touch of flair. The food is cooked with care by an enthusiastic team in an open-plan kitchen.

Kollective Kitchen - Site Gallery

Kollective Kitchen is connected to Sheffield's Site Gallery, serving dishes that are locally sourced, but globally inspired, with a focus on colour, excitement and sustainability.

Sheffield Tap

A gateway to the city's prolific beer scene, the Tap's bar offers a huge choice of beer sourced from across the globe, plus they even have their own on-site microbrewery “Tapped Brew Co.” brewing weekly, with the latest freshest beer available from their bar.

The Rutland Arms

Specialising in fine beers, boozes and tasty, freshly prepared food, The Rutland Arms welcomes everyone and anyone equally to enjoy themselves in good company so long as you adhere to the forbidden music board above the jukebox.

Sheffield Makers - Winter Garden

The Sheffield Makers Shop exclusively sell items by makers and artists living in Sheffield who all work together to make the shop run.

All Good Stuff

Local Sheffield and South Yorkshire based artists fill this Not-for-profit gallery shop full of ‘All Good Stuff!’

Other stuff to see and do nearby

Site Gallery

Site Gallery is Sheffield’s leading international contemporary art space, supporting artists specialising in moving image, new media and performance. 

Showroom Cinema

The home of independent cinema in Sheffield, The Showroom are committed to providing a diverse range of films and related activity for Sheffield and the surrounding region. They host high profile film festivals throughout the year, including the world famous DocFest and Sheffield's very own Adventure Film Festival (ShAFF).

Bloc Projects

Bloc is a contemporary art-space and studio complex located in the centre of Sheffield.

Yorkshire Artspace

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.