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  • 1 Peak District National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    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 ..

  • 2 Sheffield Botanical Gardens Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    rd. Clarkehouse

    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.

  • 3 Cutlers' Hall Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Church

    Built in 1832 this imposing building in the old Hellenic style is the third Couteliers Hotel to be built on the site. It houses the town council's collection of silverware and their annual Banquet is held there.

  • 4 Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul

    Religious buildings

    st. Church

    The cathedral was consecrated in 1914, the original cruciform building probably dates from the 12C; the major part of what remains is in Gothic perpendicular style. The building was extended between the years 1930 and 1960.

  • 5 Ruskin Gallery

    Museums and art

    101 st. Norfolk

    A collection of copies of paintings by old masters presented by the society created by the art critic John Ruskin (1819-1900) who wished to give to the steelworkers an opportunity to profit « from the beautiful, as the outpouring of a divine soul com..

  • This interesting collection of galleries is famous for its paintings by Old Masters, its collections of English and French art of the 19 and 20C, as well as for its very attractive selection of English watercolours

  • 7 Bishop's House

    Museums and art

    Norton Lees Lane

    This half-timbered house, dating from around 1500, is practically unchanged since the last alterations in 1573. There is a small museum which illustrates life in Sheffield in the Tudor and Stuart ages.

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