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Welcome to Sheffield Botanical Gardens

A stone's throw from the city centre, Sheffield Botanical Gardens are set on a sloping aspect surrounded by suburbs. Originally designed by the prominent horticulturalist Robert Marnock, the 19-acre site is made up of 15 different gardens, featuring plants from Asia, the Mediterranean, and the north American prairies, along with several listed buildings, creating a beautiful green oasis in the middle of Sheffield's bustling urban sprawl.

Visit Rotherham

The name �Rotherham� has been tied to Yorkshire's industrial past for decades, but if you take some time to explore this large town you'll find there's much more to see and do. Staggering historical buildings like Rotherham Minster, exciting retail centres like Meadowhall, and quirky family attractions like Ivanhoe's zorbing experiences make Rotherham an adventure waiting to be had. Dive in, and you'll see exactly what we're talking about!

Explore the history of Sheffield at Weston Park

Weston Park Museum is the largest museum in Sheffield, and offers a fascinating look into the long history of the area. Archaeology exhibits include replicas of the Gardom's Edge Bronze Age rock art, the Benty Grange helmet, and galleries like the Harold Cantor Gallery and Sheffield Life and Times chronicle some of the most intriguing phases in the history of northern England.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Sheffield Botanical Gardens? Travelodge Sheffield Central Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, and Travelodge Sheffield Richmond Hotel can be reached in a quarter of an hour.