Sheffield, located in South Yorkshire, England, is both a major industrial city and one of the greenest cities in the UK. TripAdvisor travelers particularly recommend the Sheffield Winter Garden and the Botanical Garden. After dark, you’ll find a lively bar and club scene, a testimony to the town’s large student population.
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5 based on 135 reviews
Regular guided alpaca treks amidst woodland and beautiful scenery in Sheffield's Rivelin Valley. Advance booking for treks required via website. Monthly family friendly events to meet and feed the alpacas, go pond dipping and explore the 3 acre food growing garden and meadows. For these on-field events just turn up - details on Events section of the website. Volunteer sessions twice a week for fresh air, friendship and health. All welcome. Holly Hagg is a not-for-profit Community Farm.
Me and my fiance went for a trek in the snow, he loves alpacas. We will deffinatly return back there to seen the animals again soon.
Staff were so lovely and very welcoming, couldn't recommend it more if you have a love for animals as we do..
Thank you for a lovely day
4.5 based on 621 reviews
A great theatre which always provides great entertainment. Well situated for public transport, not great for parking.
4.5 based on 257 reviews
Very interesting and reasonably level. About 6 miles there and back. Osts along the way explain what's been there. A working mill is also open.
4.5 based on 359 reviews
A REAL working dairy farm supplying Sheffield with milk delivered the same morning its come from the cows Super Fresh Milk.Open to the public to visit the animals for free with free parking.The farm is also the home of Our Cow molly ice cream its all made on the farm using only the farms own milk & cream to which is added the best quality ingredients. At the farm you will find a deluxe range of flavours that's only available to buy at the farm & also take home in tubs.Follow on Twitter OurCowMolly Please Note: we are a real dairy farm not a petting zoo or farm park, we only have cows & calves & aim for you to see what a real farm is like.
Excellent ice cream made from milk from one of the few local milk producers left in the area. First class ice cream covering a range of traditional and surprise flavours ( Christmas Pudding!).
The price is not cheap, but this is at the upper end of quality and if you like real ice cream with a definite ethical background you cannot beat this product.
You can also buy it straight from source on the farm. And it is a product that can be licked!
Can't get fresher than that
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Encounter the exotic and discover a wild family day out in South Yorkshire! Meet lemurs, meerkats, owls, otters, snakes, lizards, a tarantula and other amazing animals during unforgettable Animal Encounters throughout the day. Take your seat for spectacular shows, featuring free-flying birds of prey, parrots and charismatic mammals! Explore the indoor rainforest; home to butterflies, birds, bats, crocodiles and creepy-crawlies from around the world and meet and feed the friendly residents of the Farm Barn. Discover the charismatic primates of Lemur Heights and meet the inquisitive residents of Otter Springs. Take a selfie with our new dinosaurs and get closer than ever before to some of the most popular animals in the brand new walk-through mammal enclosure. Pre-booked group and School visits are welcome and VIP Experience Days and Animal Adoptions are available to purchase, as well as popular Birthday Party Room Hire. The Realm of Camelot adventure playground, outdoor Wet Play Area and indoor Activity and Craft Centre will entertain children in all weathers, and popular themed events take place at the centre during School Holidays. Facilities include a Picnic Room, Jungle Gift Shop and a modern Butterfly Cafe, serving freshly prepared hot and cold food and homemade cakes and deluxe Afternoon Tea. The Tropical Butterfly House is open daily and is located just 5 minutes from M1, junction 31.
Although there is other animals available to view the best thing about this place is the butterfly house itself, simply amazing experience. The parrot talk/ show is also a must see.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The botanical a Gardens were a welcome diversion when we had a family member in the nearby hospital. We saw them covered in snow and a few days later, with the spring bulbs starting to flower, particularly the snowdrops. The greenhouse was well looked after with a good range of plants from around the world. It was lovely to see a protea in flower so far away from home (Cape Town)
4.5 based on 282 reviews
The National Emergency Services Museum is located in one of Yorkshires first purpose built combined Police, Fire and Ambulance Stations in the centre of Steel City, Sheffield.Opened in 1983 with just 2 Fire Engines and a few small exhibits and only 2 of the buildings 46 rooms open for the public to view the museum has grown and grown year by year. Now with thousands of exhibits and 26 exhibition areas, around 45 vehicles on display and not forgetting many more exhibits and vehicles currently in storage ready to be displayed we are still developing. The Museum is a Registered Charity and does not receive any major funding. Everything that you see here at the museum has been achieved by donations and your entry fee's.We are always working to update the museum and make the museum more hands-on and interactive for visitors!
The National Emergency Services Museum is housed in a Victorian police & fire station building, located on the outskirts of Sheffield city centre. It is quite easy to find, prominently located on a roundabout, and there is paid parking just across the road. Entry is around £7 each - £7 for over 60s and students, £8 for adults (16+) and £6 for kids (3-15). 999 staff go free with ID.
The museum isn't a huge place, but there's three floors and plenty to see. The ground floor has a police cells and lots of vehicles, a few of which are open to get in and explore; the upper two floors have some great interactive exhibits for the kids to climb on and play with. When we were there there was a fire engine doing rides around the block for a small price (£1 each I think), which was well worth it.
The exhibits are a good combination of big shiny vehicles to climb on and plenty of information about them for the grown-ups, so everyone was engaged for about 3 hours, and the staff were friendly and very good with children.
The only let down for me was the café, which didn't have much choice; although there are a few places in the city centre you can eat if you want something more substantial.
Overall, it's a good place - well worth a visit if you're in the area.
4.5 based on 848 reviews
As the kids get older the farmyard has less of a draw and the same goes for the playground. We always enjoy the walk around the park, ponds and woods. Downsides are the big patch of very wet grass in between the farm yard and the playground and the cafe is always really busy
4.5 based on 529 reviews
Experience the thrills and excitement of first class greyhound racing at Yorkshire's premier racetrack. Situated just 5 minutes drive from Sheffield's vibrant city centre, Owlerton Stadium is the perfect venue for partygoers, couples, families and companies looking for a fun and affordable night out with a difference.
Went to the Cheltenham race day wasn't expecting much re the food as there was 300 plus there .Thankfully my concerns were not justified in fact the opposite the food was as good as I have had at a large venue. It was alot better than some of the so called posh wedding venues in the area congratulations to all involved
4.5 based on 330 reviews
small park , but filled with families and dogs, and a little cafe on site with actially decent coffee.... like the fact they went a bit Barcelona with the parkour bit..... wish we had more of this in Barnsley.... great for socialising dogs, little duck pond for kids too....
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