With an amazing array of independent restaurants and microbreweries, live music, great outdoors, award-winning theatre, colourful street art, fascinating exhibitions and vibrant festivals year-round, there’s a lot to keep you entertained in Sheffield.
What is Sheffield Most Famous For?
Sheffield has gone from one of the industrial powerhouses of England to a rising star of the UK’s arts and culture scene. Formerly famous for its stainless steel cutlery at Sheffield Steel, the hollowed-out husks of its once mighty factories and foundries now contain galleries, theatres and museums.
The Peak District’s very special qualities are well known to the people who live in the towns and cities surrounding the National Park. For visitors from further away, whether from Britain or abroad, the magic of the Peak District is just waiting to be discovered.
The building itself is 70 metres long and 22 metres high (large enough to house 5000 domestic greenhouses). The Winter Garden also provides a home for the Bessemer Gallery and offers a welcome stop for coffee and light refreshments.
The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire home are set in the magnificent landscape of Derbyshire’s Peak District National Park.
The 1000 acre park and the farm shop and its restaurant are open all year round. Chatsworth has a long tradition of welcoming local people and holidaymakers from around the world. We look forward to welcoming you.