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.
Abbeydale Miniature Railway aim to have at least one steam loco operating as well as 'diesels'. Light refreshments, ice cream, souvenirs etc. are usually on sale.
Leading popular venue for contemporary art in Sheffield, based in a well preserved mid 19thc. cutlery factory in the city centre.
People have been organising the church, worshipping and teaching at Beauchief Abbey since 1176. The Beauchief Abbey church continues today to explore and promote the Christian life in ways that are both modern and traditional.
Sheffield's best kept secret will amply reward time detectives or treasure-hunters willing to seek it out.
Burngreave Cemetery was opened in the Victorian era in 1861. The local churchyards were rapidly approaching capacity and were becoming a health hazard due to the vile smells and leaking fluids which were polluting the already poor water supplies.
The home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire is set in the magnificent landscape of Derbyshire's Peak District National Park. The 1000 acre park and the farmshop and its restaurant are open all year round. Chatsworth has a long tradition of welcoming local people and holiday makers from around the world.
Originally opened in 1971, the Crucible is a world-famous theatre and iconic Sheffield landmark, with a distinctive stage.
Cutlers' Hall is a grand Grade II* listed building in Sheffield, England, that is the headquarters of the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire. It is located on Church Street, opposite Sheffield Cathedral, in Sheffield City Centre.
Ecclesall Woods is an area of woodland in south-west Sheffield between Abbeydale Road South and Ecclesall. It covers approximately 350 acres (1.4 km2) of mature semi-natural deciduous woodland, and features Ecclesall Woods Discovery Centre with a small cafe.