Explore the steel city
Sheffield is the fourth largest city in England and has a diverse choice of attractions and places to visit for all ages.
Kelham Island Museum is located in one of Sheffield’s oldest industrial districts and stands on a man-made island. It is the house to objects, image and archive material showcasing the cities industrial story.
The Sheffield Theatre is home to the world-famous Crucible, the WRG Sprague built Lyceum, and the multi-format Studio. It has become one of the country’s leading theatre and has a thriving programme of shows and events.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Founded in 1977, the Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) is the leading international centre for modern and contemporary sculptures. It includes some of the world’s leading artists across five indoor galleries and the open air.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park
The Yorkshire Wildlife park is a dynamic centre for conservation and welfare with over 400 animals and over 70 different species of animal. A great family day out.
Sheffield Winter Gardens
Sheffield’s multi award-winning Winter Garden is one of the largest temperate glasshouses in the UK and has created a stunning green world with more than 2,500 plants from around the world.
The Peak District is on the doorstep for Sheffield visitors. The breath-taking views create fantastic opportunities for visitors to pass time such as cycling, walking and wildlife watching.
Sheffield’s Fly DSA arena has hosted some of the world’s most famous music stars and the biggest sporting greats. With a capacity of up to 13,600 it is the regions biggest capacity indoor arena.
Shop the latest high street fashions at Meadowhall, with over 230 stores it is the place to visit for some well-deserved retail therapy.