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It felt fitting to have a gallery as one of the locations for our Look Up project - but little did we know Hank, our furry, larger-than-life resident created by Human Studio, would become part of the furniture in one of the most iconic spaces in the city.
The Graves Gallery, run by Museums Sheffield, features brilliant permanent and temporary exhibitions that are free to access (although donations are very welcome). Tudor Square is also a cultural destination in itself, with Sheffield Theatres (the largest theatre complex outside of London) housing the Crucible, Lyceum and Playhouse all around the square. Plus there's the Winter Garden and adjoining Millennium Gallery - and the Central Library is a destination in itself with loads of events programming going on too.
They have three locations - the original one is just by the Crucible on Norfolk Row, the second below the HSBC building in the Heart of the City development, and the most recent one on Ecclesall Road South in the old sorting office. All three have a charm and identity of their own whilst still totally feeling like one of Sheffield's favourite independent cafe's.
An all day café for all the family, inspired by travel, culture and the best produce from near and far. We know that food and drink shouldn’t intimidate and it shouldn’t be over-complicated. It should be straight forward and enjoyed by everyone from all generations and all backgrounds.
Public is quite simply stunning. Occupying the former gent’s toilet below the grade-1 listed Victorian town hall, Public is a tiny haven of fine drinks and delicious food - or as it was once described: ‘A Wes Anderson train carriage crowbarred in to an old bog’.
The Sheffield Makers Shop exclusively sell items by makers and artists living in Sheffield who all work together to make the shop run.
Sheffield Plate is a foodhall specialising in hosting street food vendors with cuisine from around the world. It's slap bang in the middle of Orchard Square, in the centre of the city, and has a lively atmosphere across the 2 bars and 6 vendor spaces.
Cracking street food on a beautiful terrace overlooking Orchard Square with award winning street art at the side of you.
Originally opened in 1971, the Crucible is a world-famous theatre and iconic Sheffield landmark, with a distinctive stage.
With over a hundred years of history, this magnificent theatre provides an ornate backdrop to the very best of the West End, with a diverse programme of touring productions including musical theatre, opera, ballet, contemporary dance, family shows and comedy.
One of the largest temperate glasshouses to be built in the UK during the last hundred years has created a stunning green world in the heart of the city. There are more than 2,500 plants from around the world creating a superb display. The building itself is 70 metres long and 22 metres high!
The Millennium Gallery is Sheffield’s premier destination for art, craft and design. Here you can see some of Sheffield’s unique heritage, including the metalwork which made the city world famous, alongside contemporary art and design exhibitions.
The home of Sheffield's visual art collection since 1934, the Graves Gallery is located on the third floor of Sheffield Central Library.
Whether you have come to pray, to search or to ponder; whether you are a lover of art, architecture or music; whether you need help or have come to look round, you are most welcome here. Come to one of Sheffield’s oldest buildings, the ancient heart of this great city.