13-minute walk from Sheffield Interchange Bus Station.
14-minute walk from Sheffield Train Station.
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Sheffield railway station
RailSheffield’s rail companies include East Midlands Railway, CrossCountry, TransPennine Express, and Northern. The Midland Main Line (which connects Liverpool and Manchester with Hull and East Anglia) and the Cross Country Route (which connects eastern Scotland and south-west England) all pass through Sheffield station.Sheffield station, historically Pond Street and subsequently Sheffield Midland, is a combination railway station and tram stop in Sheffield, England, and the busiest in South Yorkshire. The station was the 43rd busiest in the UK and the 15th busiest outside of London around 2017-2018.
RoadThe city is close to the M1 and M18 roads, and the Sheffield Parkway links the city centre to the highways. The M1 (which connects London to Leeds) runs through the city’s northeast, going over Tinsley Viaduct near Rotherham. The M18 branches off the M1 in Sheffield, linking the city with Doncaster before ending at Goole.
BusThe city’s main bus interchange is Sheffield Interchange; lesser bus stations can be found in Halfway, Hillsborough, and Meadowhall. After restructuring in 1986, numerous new service providers emerged. The current carriers include First South Yorkshire, Stagecoach Yorkshire, TM Travel, Hulleys of Baslow, Powells, G&J Holmes, and Sheffield Community Transport.
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Things to do in Sheffield
TheatreThe Lyceum Theatrical and the Crucible Theatre, along with the smaller Studio Theatre, are the biggest theatre complex outside of London, located in Tudor Square.The Crucible Theatre, a grade II listed structure, has been the site of the World Snooker Championships since 1977, with most of Tudor Square and the adjacent Winter Garden being utilised for side events and hosting numerous well-known theatrical performances. The theatre was named ‘Theatre of the Year’ by Barclays.
Other theatres in Sheffield
Lyceum Theatre55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 1DA, United Kingdom.Phone: 0114 249 6000
Lantern Theatre18 Kenwood Park Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield S7 1NF, United Kingdom.Phone: 0114 255 1776
The Montgomery27 Surrey Street, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2LG, United Kingdom.Phone: 0114 272 0455
Reach Musical TheatreRanmoor Parish Centre, Ranmoor Park Road, Sheffield S10 3GX, United Kingdom.Phone: 07795 227775
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MuseumsSheffield’s museums are managed by two distinct organisations. Weston Park Museum, Millennium Galleries, and Graves Art Gallery are all managed by the Museums Sheffield. The Graves Art Gallery and Weston Park Museum are the city’s oldest museums, having been given to the city by industrialist donors in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.The Millennium Galleries, one of the city’s newest museums, opened in the early 2000s and is part of the Heart of the City concept, with immediate access to the Winter Garden and Millennium Square.
Other museums in Sheffield
Weston Park MuseumWestern Bank, Sheffield S10 2TP, United Kingdom.Phone: 0114 278 2600
Kelham Island MuseumAlma Street, Sheffield S3 8SA, United Kingdom.Phone: 0114 272 2106
Shepherd WheelHangingwater Road, Sheffield S11 2YE, United Kingdom.Phone: 0114 272 2106
The National Videogame MuseumCastle House, Angel Street, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S3 8LN, United Kingdom.Phone: 0114 321 0299
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GreenspaceSheffield is the greenest city in Europe, with about 4.5 million trees. Sheffield has around 78 public parks and 10 public gardens, with 83 maintained parks located across the city.Sheffield Botanical Gardens was established in 1836 on a 19-acre site southwest of the city centre. The gardens were designed by Robert Marnock and first opened in 1836. The Grade II* listed glass pavilions, which were renovated and reopened in 2003, are the gardens’ most notable feature. Among the noteworthy features are the main entrance, the south entry hall, and a bear pit with an 8′ tall steel statue of an American Black Bear dubbed Robert the Bear.
Sheffield Botanical Gardens