Culture

Weston Park Museum

Explore this fantastic award-winning museum! Weston Park Museum offers amazing collections of beautiful and unusual treasures from Sheffield’s geological roots to people, politics and music that ‘shaped the modern city’. The museum is brought to life by fascinating histories, incredible facts, and hands-on interactive displays, offering you a captivating exploration of the world from millions of years ago to the present day.

Educational and engaging, Weston Park Museum offers the perfect activity for all ages and admission is free. The museum is open Monday-Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 11am-5pm. A little outside the city centre, the museum is a brief 19-minute bus ride from our Sheffield Hotel.

Millennium Gallery

Situated in the heart of the city, the Millennium Gallery is one of Sheffield's architectural and cultural treasures. Considered Sheffield’s ‘premier destination for art, craft and design’, this fantastic venue provides a glimpse into the city’s unique heritage, most notably the metalwork that made Sheffield world famous. The gallery is renowned for large blockbuster exhibitions that bring masterpieces from national galleries and museums to the city, alongside innovative contemporary art and historical exhibitions.

The Millennium Gallery is open to Monday – Saturday 10am-5pm, and 11am-4pm on Sundays. Entry is free to the Millennium Gallery, which is situated a very brief five-minute walk from our hotel.

Graves Gallery

Situated above the Central Library, Graves Gallery is the home of Sheffield’s visual art collection. With eight galleries to explore, there are a plethora of famous names and pieces to peruse in a ‘peaceful haven’ of art and temporary exhibitions.

Graves Gallery offers free entry and is open Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 4pm, with reduced hours on Wednesday s (1pm-6pm). The gallery is located a brief six-minute walk from Jurys Inn Sheffield.

Sheffield Town Hall

Bursting with history and heritage, Sheffield Town Hall offers a stunning architectural gem for visitors to discover. Designed by Mr. E. W. Mountford and opened by Queen Victoria in 1897, the town hall is a beautiful and unique building - learn more about its history and architecture before your visit.

Sheffield Town Hall sits behind the beautiful Peace Gardens, a brief six-minute walk from our hotel.

Cupola Contemporary Art

From paintings, printmaking, ceramics, and sculptures, to jewellery, glass, textiles and photography, Cupola Gallery offers a range of contemporary art awaiting your discovery. With over 300 artists housed in the gallery, a day out exploring Cupola will not disappoint.

The gallery is open 10am – 6pm Monday – Saturday and can be found a short 24-minute tram ride away from Jurys Inn Sheffield.

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