Things to see and do - Sheffield
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The richness of Sheffield's nearby hills (iron, coal, rivers and sandstone) shaped its destiny, and from the 14C the town became the principal English producer of quality cutlery. Traditional industries have declined in part but Sheffield (Britain’s fourth city) remains an important steelmaking and industrial centre. Not far from Sheffield, the Peak District National Park provides an escape from the pollution of the city.
Tourist attractions Sheffield : Things to see and do
GB - Sheffield S1
The Park covers 1 400km² from Homlfirth in the north to Ashbourne in the south, Macclesfield in the west and Sheffield in the east. Dark limestone, moorland and the precipitous outcrops of the Dark Park (highest point at Kinder Scout, 636m) comprise ..
Church Street GB - Sheffield S1 1HG
Built in 1832 this imposing building in the old Hellenic style is the third Couteliers Hotel to be built on the site.
Clarkehouse Road GB - Sheffield S10 2LN
Designed by Robert Marnock, the botanical gardens were opened in 1836 More than 5 000 species are on show over 8ha, including the national collections of Weigela and Dievilla. The Glass Pavilions are an architectural jewel.
Angel/Bank Street GB - Sheffield S3 8LN
In Sheffield's city centre, less than 750 metres from Sheffield Rail Station, this hotel offers modern rooms with air conditioning and satellite TV. It also provides an extensive all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet. The Premier Inn Sheffield City Centr..
119 Norfolk street GB - SHEFFIELD S1 2JE
The 4-star Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel and Spa is a modern hotel in Sheffield, close to the Lyceum and Crucible theatres, as well as Sheffield Hallam University. The hotel has 163 modern guest rooms, and all rooms have satellite TV and internet..
Blonk St GB - Sheffield S1 2AU
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The Sheffield Metropolitan Hotel offers modern accommodation in a great location, in the Quay Side quarter of Sheffield, close to the city centre, the train station and motorway. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. The convenient central l..
Marsh Lane, Ridgeway Moor GB - S12 3XW Sheffield
Long-standing restaurant with a loyal following, set in a former Victorian vicarage; dine in the traditional front room or the fairy light festooned conservatory. Set price menus offer classic dishes presented in a modern style.
44 Campo Ln GB - S1 2EG Sheffield
Sister to the Milestone, but nearer to the heart of the city; its busy bar a magnet for office workers on their way home. A 'brunch' menu is served during the day, with hearty, satisfying pub dishes on offer in the evening.
84 Green Ln GB - S3 8SE Sheffield
Spacious 18C former pub set over two floors, in a regenerated area of the city. An array of regularly changing, seasonal menus offer modern, boldly flavoured dishes; presentation mixes the traditional and the contemporary.
535-541 Ecclesall Rd GB - S11 8PR Sheffield
Long-standing Italian restaurant with a lively atmosphere. The extensive menu offers old favourites, from antipasti and sharing dishes to tasty homemade pastas and stews. You can also stop by for coffee and homemade cake in the bar.
220 Oakbrook Rd GB - S11 7ED Sheffield
Two experienced local lads run this long-standing restaurant, which is a favourite spot for celebrating special occasions. Cooking respects the natural flavours of good quality ingredients and dishes are attractively presented.
Endcliffe Vale Rd GB - S10 3ER Sheffield