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All reviews great museum the children's hospital polar bear an art gallery free museum tennis courts interactive displays war memorial dressing up few hours picnic area sheffield university local history an ice cream all ages couple of hours great place to visit
Weston Park is where Sheffield has its Museum.
It has lots of Exhibits from Sheffield's hay day there are painting and Art of all sorts.
The ground is great to sit out in and a pond with duck and other waterfowls.
It is situated near...More
Free museum and art gallery wit plenty to see and do . Recently renovated with lots of interactive exhibits for kids . On main bus routes , near to hospitals but no parking nearby. Come on the Supertram and leave car at home .Pleasant outside...More
We have been taken our children here many times, the displays are great, they learn lots of things, they can get involved in play sessions, an absolute must if you have young children, unbelievably this is all for free. "What's there to loose?" The Park...More
What an amazing place this has become. I remember it well from my childhood. It is now so child friendly as are the staff.
I really enjoyed the are exhibition with the paintings of Sheffield. They evoked so many memories.
A very pleasant park close to the University. There are several things of interest with a pond which is home to a number of ducks, a Victorian Bandstand and a terracotta column being things to look out for. There is also an interesting war memorial...More
I went for a walk and ended up at Weston Park, yet another great park in Sheffield. It also has the museum which is fascinating and a good café. It is opposite the hospital, has tennis courts and is a good place to relax. We...More
Gentle walk though the park. Nice on sunny days and it feels safe during the day to walk alone. Students, families, office workers and friends will enjoy this park which is close to Sheffield city centre.
Many a year since last visit to the museum but first with Grandchildren (aged , 8,10 & 12). Spent around 5 hours there (including the park itself & cafe) Without exception the visit was absolutely amazing. Grand kids couldn't get enough of the museum &...More
I would definitely recommend visiting here. There are 'room sets' that one can walk around. A 'viking' hut and other amazing displays. We really didn't have much time (only a few hours). But it also has plenty of washrooms/a... More
I would definitely recommend visiting here. There are 'room sets' that one can walk around. A 'viking' hut and other amazing displays. We really didn't have much time (only a few hours). But it also has plenty of washrooms/a picnic area, shop, lockers (which if I remember need a returnable £1 coin). Also, the staff there are wonderful. Extremely knowledgeable, patient and enthusiastic. They don't just stand there glaring at you, They come and talk about the exhibits. WELL worth taking a school party along. (the cafe is quite reasonable too).