Meersbrook Park covers approximately 17.845 hectares and is situated in the centre of Meersbrook, an inner suburb of Sheffield about 2 miles outside the city centre.
Millhouses Park is located approximately 3 miles south-west of Sheffield City Centre on Abbeydale Road South. It contains a skate park, playing fields, playground, bowls green, basketball court, boating lake and a river. And if that wasn't enough, there's Millhouses Park Cafe, Crumb Bakery and the Waggon & Horses pub all either in the park itself or just over the road.
A unique inner-city green space consisting of 28 hectares of Grade II* listed historic parkland with some amazing view over Sheffield's city centre and beyond.
Renishaw Hall Gardens make an excellent day out for families as well as garden, history and art enthusiasts.
The park is situated between Walkley Street, Daniel Hill Street, Harold Street and Burgoyne Road in Walkley.
Situated close to the urban city centre, Sheffield Botanical Gardens were opened in 1836 and now cover 19 acres on a south-west sloping site. The Gardens are listed by English Heritage as a Grade II site of special historic and architectural interest.
One of the largest temperate glasshouses to be built in the UK during the last hundred years has created a stunning green world in the heart of the city. There are more than 2,500 plants from around the world creating a superb display. The building itself is 70 metres long and 22 metres high!
South Street Park has an arboretum, or living tree collection, and a beautiful amphitheatre.
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.
The Stoneface Creative Woodland Gallery is Sheffields very own sculpture park. This one of a kind gallery showcases a wide variety of sculpture by well known Sheffield artist Andrew Vickers.