Sheffield's famous nightlife
Sheffield train station sits at the heart of South Yorkshire's largest city. Sheffield's nightlife scene is legendary thanks to its huge student population and vibrant venues like the Plug with its drinks deals and packed programme of bands, DJs and club nights. Head to the Grapes, where The Arctic Monkeys played early shows, or opt for the Leadmill to see the latest local bands trying to make it big. For a quieter night, head to one of dozens of cosy pubs dotted across the city centre.
Walk the Peaks
Sheffield is perfectly placed for exploring the vast expanses and dramatic scenery of the Peak District National Park, just a 15 minute drive away. Get on your bike and take on the tough ascents, or strap your boots on to climb Kinder Scout, the park's highest peak. Culture lovers simply must visit opulent Chatsworth House Near Baslow, home to the Cavendish family since 1549.
Sheffield's history and heritage
Famous for much of its history as a renowned steel-making centre, Sheffield has a proud manufacturing past. Kelham Island Museum traces the city's industrial days through fascinating exhibits. Art lovers should head to Graves Gallery to see major works from the Victorian and modern periods, while the unusual National Emergency Services Museum is well worth a visit. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Sheffield Train Station? Travelodge Sheffield Central Hotel is close by, or Travelodge Sheffield Richmond Hotel is a short drive away.