Nestled in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Chatsworth House
is one of the ‘Treasure Houses’ of England. The magnificent house, garden, parkland, adventure playground and even farmyard are a Sheffield must-see, drawing many visitors each year. The 105 acre garden is particularly impressive with giant water features, sculptures, a maze, and stunning views of the house and park.
Chatsworth House offers over 30 rooms and displays ‘one of Europe’s most significant art collections’, making this a truly unique experience and fantastic day out for the whole family. The estate also holds a range of events throughout the year, including a Christmas market for you to peruse in November.
Ticket prices are dependent on which activity you choose, whether visiting just the House and Garden, or the farmyard and adventure playground. You can explore the whole estate with a ‘Complete Ticket’, costing £24.90 for adults and £16 for children.
Chatsworth House is an enjoyable 37-minute drive through the Peak District from our Sheffield hotel.Sheffield Botanical Gardens
A historic landscape created in 1836, the Sheffield Botanical Gardens
is a haven of peace and tranquillity offering stunning collections of plants and woodland from all over the world. The Gardens also feature several listed buildings, which includes the spectacular restored ‘curvilinear Glass Pavilions’, a Grade II listed building that houses an impressive temperate plant collection.
From the Evolution Garden to the Asia Garden, the beautiful plant life is awaiting your discovery, whether taking in the occasional open-air cultural event or simply enjoying a peruse and a picnic.
Just 19-minute bus journey from our hotel, the Botanical Gardens are a real Sheffield treasure that should not to be missed!The Peace Gardens
Situated in the heart of the city, the Peace Gardens
offer an award-winning public square, set against the backdrop of the stunning Victorian Town Hall. The square’s magnificent fountains, water features, and lawns make this an urban oasis for locals and visitors alike.
The Peace Gardens is located a brief six-minute walk from our Sheffield Hotel.The Winter Garden
One of Sheffield's treasured icons, the Winter Garden
houses a marvellous display of more than 2,500 plants made up of more than 150 species from around the world. Linking the Millennium Galleries, Tudor Square and the Peace Gardens, it is the largest temperate glasshouse in any European city centre. The Winter Garden also houses the Bessemer Gallery, which offers facilities for coffee and ‘light refreshments’.
The Winter Garden is open 8am to 8pm Monday to Saturday, closing at 6pm on Sundays. Admission is free and the garden is just a short seven-minute walk from Jurys Inn Sheffield.The Peak District National Park
Discover the beautiful landscapes of the Peak District National Park. Whether enjoying a walk, cycle or drive, the Peak District offers breath-taking views, quaint little towns and a range of exciting activities. Explore the various adventures and plan your visit today.
The Peak District National Park visitor centres can be found across the peak district, each visitor centre is roughly a 37-minute drive from our Sheffield hotel.
For first-class evening entertainment, nothing beats a visit to the iconic Crucible Theatre. Whether you enjoy listening to live music, watching musicals or going to thought-provoking talks, there’s something for everyone at Sheffield’s most famous theatre.
We recommend: booking tickets to see the World Snooker Championships, which are held each year at the Crucible.