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The Millennium Gallery is Sheffield's premier destination for art, craft and design. Here you can see some of Sheffield's unique heritage, including the metalwork which made the city world famous, alongside contemporary art and design exhibitions.
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I loved the space and the different exhibition rooms. They were big enough to get a full picture of the subject but not too big that you were overloaded. We visit Barmouth and know of the cottages Ruskin had built for the workers to give...More
First visit to the Da Vinci exhibit after seeing all of the hype surrounding the exhibit and the fact that well, it's Da Vinci pieces which are of course, wonderful.
Why the 3* review then?
We were left unimpressed. It's not Da Vinci's masterworks on...More
Lovely space next door to the winter gardens. Every changing exhibitions, at the moment its Leonardo da Vinci which along with the Ruskin displays is very good indeed. Small shop and cafe downstairs, but lots of choice in eating around. Free but a donation is...More
Lovely, bright an airy gallery. The Da Vinci exhibition was amazing - although understandably busy. Gift shop was too good, and I spent far too much on gifts for myself & others, def not usually museum plastic gift shop stuff! Thoroughly enjoyed the visit.
Popped in to see the leonardo da Vinci's drawings and backwards mirror writing. Interesting but busy. It was good that the gallery supplied magnifying lenses to enlarge the detailed information/drawings.
The gallery currently has part of the queens davinci drawings on exhibit has part of the anniversary. It’s well worth a visit with the displays changed regularly there is always something you haven’t seen before. It has a cafe which when we visited was in...More