Last July was the first time I visited this park and I can assure you it won't be the last. When you get to the top, the view of the city is magnificient and if it's not that windy you can have a hell of a good time admiring every corner of Sheffield.
The only problem is that it's in one of the hills of the city and if someone uses a wheelchair or has mobility problems it can be really tiring, otherwise the walks around the park are splendid.
Apart from the view at the top of the park there's a surprise which awaits you, the Bishop's House. A wonderful example of past architecture typical in many parts of England. When I arrived there it was closed so I'll have to come back to see it well.
Sheffield has lots of parks but this one boasts of its high location which allows visitors to admire the "steel city".
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