Welcome to Sheffield

Book coach travel direct to Sheffield - a buzzing city centre that mixes modern attractions with industrial heritage to create a unique visitor's experience.

One of the UK's biggest cities, you'll never be short of things to do in Sheffield. A cosmopolitan, cultural and diverse city framed and filled with green space, cultural hubs and state-of-the-art sports facilities, Sheffield is a great place to take a trip.

Here's our handy guide to some of the many top attractions you can enjoy in Sheffield.

Sheffield: attractions

  • If you’re a nature lover, there are plenty of things to do in Sheffield and its surrounding areas. Visit the Botanical Gardens; 19 acres of scenic fields filled with over 5,000 species of plant and wildlife. 

  • Sheffield also is home to the Winter Garden, the largest urban glass house in Europe. This magical structure houses over 2000 species of plants and is one of Sheffield’s most iconic buildings. 

Sheffield: shopping

  • Those who are after a serious day’s retail therapy should head to Meadowhall, the UK’s leading shopping mall. With more than 270 shops, 37 eateries and an 11-screen cinema, it’s easy to see why 30 million shoppers head there each year.

  • The city centre plays host to some of the better-known brands, but if it’s a more individual style you desire, make sure you check out the Devonshire Quarter – brimming with quaint boutiques, independent record shops and designer outlets.


  • Visit Orchard Square; a unique open-air shopping centre that seamlessly mixes high street names with independent shops.

Sheffield: where to eat and drink

  • On a shoestring: PJ Taste. Locally sourced, seasonally inspired sandwiches, salads and cakes. 
  • Middle of the road: The Milestone. Excellent gastro pub offering hearty, locally sourced fare. 
  • Splash the cash: The Old Vicarage. Michelin Starred food served in a delightful, cosy Victorian country house (10 minutes outside of the city centre).

Sheffield: for free

  • Sheffield's Museums are a great way to spend a day. Venues such as the Millennium Gallery, Weston Park and Graves Gallery, are home to works of art by the likes of Cezanne and Damien Hirst and lots of local history, these museums are a great way to spend the day.
  • Animal Farm at Graves Park is home to some of the rarest breeds of farm animals including Highland Cattle, Tamworth Pigs, Jacob Sheep, donkeys, goats and waterfowl, making it a fun day out for the whole family.