The Perfect Venue for Every Occasion in Sheffield
Sheffield City Centre:
We need to let you know what there is in our fabulous area
Winter Garden - The largest urban glasshouse in Europe with 2500 varieties of plants
Peace Garden - An outdoor urban Garden Square next to the Winter Garden and home to Sheffield’s War Memorial, the Goodwin Fountain and the Holberry Cascades- the Fountain and Cascades represent the river and industrial heritage of Sheffield
Sheffield Theatre District - The largest outside of London- the Crucible & Studio Theatre, The Lyceum & Library Theatre. A mix of modern and classic theatre venues hosting sporting events as well as modern and classic theatre productions and music events
The Cutlery Works - The largest independent Food Hall in Northern England created from an historical cutlery-manufacturing site
The Sheffield Antiques Quarter - Home to 8 Antique Centres and over 60 independent shops
The Devonshire Quarter - Home to a vibrant mix of nationally acclaimed award-winning shops, café-bars and restaurants. The unique character of the Devonshire Quarter has been forged over the past decade to create an alternative and happening place to live, shop, wine and dine.
City Centre Shopping - including John Lewis, M&S and many other local and national brand stores; plus Meadowhall, the Sheffield out of town shopping centre
Sport, Theatre’s, Museums and Galleries - FlyDSA Arena- Sheffield’s venue for major music and sporting events, the O2 Academy and Sheffield longest running live music venue- The Leadmill. Other venues include- the Crucible Theatre, which is home to “World of Snooker”, and Sheffield City Hall. Sporting venues include Ice Sheffield, English Institute of Sport and Ponds Forge.
Kelham Island Food & Drink Discoveries - Kelham Island was once the beating heart of Sheffield’s industry and one of the city’s oldest manufacturing sites. Today, the area has undergone a transformation, the remains of the numerous cutlery and steel work factories and workshops now house everything from indie shopping arcades to microbreweries and galleries. Tours of this area are available to book and include visits to a variety of the Island’s Artisan food and drink producers.
Outside the City:
So that is a taste of Shefﬁeld, now it's time to look outside of the City
Chatsworth House - Home to the Duke of Devonshire and approximately 18 miles for Sheffield City Centre
Hardwick Hall Elizabethan Country House - approx. 22 miles from Sheffield Centre
The Derbyshire Peak District National Park:
Activity & Adrenalin - Peak District activities are in abundance- there is something for every type of visitor, and ability. Walking, cycling, climbing and caving are the Peak Districts classics but there are also activities such as horse riding, water sports and even pleasure flights available, all in the beautiful surroundings of the Peak District National Park.
Slower, Picturesque & Edible - There are many lovely villages to visit in the Peak District where you can stroll around and enjoy local treats such as the famous Bakewell Tart from the village of Bakewell. Or perhaps a trip to the village of Matlock and experience the cable car visit to the Heights of Abraham