Meersbrook Park

Situated on a steep hillside about 2 miles outside the city centre, Meersbrook Park covers approximately 17.845 hectares, with rolling grass areas and a large amount of mature woodlands.

It offers stunning views of the city, a walled garden and Bishops' House, one of the oldest buildings in Sheffield.
Further facilities in the park include Meersbrook Hall – where a range of community courses are provided, a bowling green, skate bowl, community building, youth shelter, dog free zone, multi-use games area all-weather football pitch and a trim trail.
It's also part of the 15-mile Sheffield Round Walk

Opening Times

Monday - Sunday: Open 24 Hours

Additional Information

The park was originally the private grounds to Meersbrook Hall, but following acquisition in 1886 the park became public and provided much needed breathing and recreational space in a rapidly expanding part of Sheffield.

On snowy days the steep slope attracts people from across the city to experience high speed and hair-raising tobogganing.

The Walled Garden is open to explore at certain times during the week- have a look at the latest Opening Times here.

The Meersbrook Park Users Trust (MPUT) is a group of local volunteers who work closely with the local community and council to help preserve the park and drive improvements: