Situated on the border of the beautiful Peak District, Sheffield is a fantastic city with an abundance of art and culture awaiting your discovery. Overflowing with theatres, galleries, museums, and beautiful gardens, this city offers the perfect weekend getaway for the culture vultures or family explorers. Peruse below for Sheffield’s top attractions.

What's on in Sheffield

11 July
Well loved American recording-artist, Dean Friedman, returns to The Lantern Theatre on his ‘40th Anniversary, “Well, Well,” Said the Rocking Chair’ tour, marking the 40th Anniversary of the 1978 release of his best-selling, critically acclaimed, classic album, '“Well, Well,” Said the Rocking Chair’.

20 - 22 July
Featuring more than 70 artists across four stages, Tramlines is the biggest party Sheffield’s ever seen. Feature acts like Noel Gallagher’s High-Flying Birds, Stereophonics and Jake Bugg, the festival also includes a comedy stage, a pop-up cinema, an expanded Into The Trees family area and food and drink.

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Best Bar: Enjoy a great atmosphere and choose from a variety of dishes and stylish cocktails at the Browns Bar & Brasserie located right around the corner from Jurys Inn Sheffield.

Best Restaurant: The Milestone restaurant prides itself with being labelled as Sheffield's first true gastro pub and sources all its produce from local suppliers in addition to making their own bread and pasta.

Best Shopping: Collard Manson Boutique (125 Devonshire Street, Sheffield) has a range of innovative and unusual clothes, accessories and jewellery from the best designers around.

Best Sight: Sheffield Botanical Gardens offer visitors some respite from the city's hectic nature.
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