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We've put together a handy list of all of Sheffield's major attractions. You can get to all of them the easy way with Supertram, so why not plan a journey now.
In a green location just 7 miles from Sheffield city centre, Crystal Peaks offers a one-stop shopping experience. It's got familiar high street names, a bustling 100-stall covered Market Place and many other services including a library and medical centre.
The Cultural Industries Quarter is home to the largest cluster of creative producers in the region. One of Europe's regeneration success stories, it is fast becoming an internationally renowned base for innovation and design.
With over 230 stores, Meadowhall is one of the UK's leading retail destinations.
The Peak District is England's oldest National Park and part of it lies within Sheffield's city boundaries. It's enjoyed by walkers, climbers, potholers, hang-gliders - anybody, in fact, who enjoys open country and glorious views.
Ponds Forge International Centre
In the heart of the city centre, Ponds Forge houses Olympic-standard competition and diving pools plus state-of-the-art leisure pools. There's also a fitness suite, sports hall and bar/cafe.
Sheffield's Arena is a multi-purpose indoor entertainment centre seating up to 12,500. Home to resident ice hockey team Sheffield Steelers and basketball team Sheffield Sharks, it also attracts the biggest music names around.
Occupying 19 acres southwest of the city, the Gardens contain over 5,000 species of plants, including the national collections of Weigela and Dievilla. The Garden also has the highest concentration of listed buildings in Sheffield.
Sheffield City Hall
The Sheffield City Hall website has up-to-the-minute details of future events at Sheffield's City Hall, as well as details of how to book tickets.
Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust
Museums Sheffield is responsible for the Millennium Galleries, Graves Art Gallery, City Museum, Mappin Art Gallery and Bishops' House.
Sheffield Industrial Museums Trust
The trust operates three important museums dedicated to the industrial and social history of Sheffield, the City of Steel. It inspires and educates visitors about the origins of Sheffield's industrial development.
Find out what's happening at the largest regional theatre complex outside London which includes The Crucible, The Lyceum and the Crucible Studio.
The Showroom is a 4-screen independent cinema show independent and arthouse films, with a cafe and bar.
Travel South Yorkshire
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