1 – MILLENNIUM GALLERY
48 Arundel Gate, S1 2PP | museums-sheffield.org.uk
City centre exhibition space which shows off Sheffield’s famed metalwork, whilst playing host to some great touring exhibitions.
Photo by Craig Micheli
2 – WESTON PARK MUSEUM
Weston Park, S10 2TP | museums-sheffield.org.uk
Large family-focussed museum celebrating Sheffield and its culture through the ages.
3 – KELHAM ISLAND MUSEUM
Alma Street, S3 8RY | simt.co.uk/kelham-island-museum
Interactive industrial museum following the growth of Sheffield, the steel city, through the Victorian era and two world wars.
4 – MCKEE GALLERY
365 Sharrow Vale Road, S11 8ZG | petemckee.com/a-month-of-sundays
Gallery/shop celebrating the works of well-known illustrator of Sheffield life, Pete McKee.
5 – CUPOLA GALLERY
178A Middlewood Road, S6 1TD | cupolagallery.com
Beautifully-curated and nationally-celebrated art gallery in the Hillsborough area of Sheffield.
6 – THE ART HOUSE
8 Backfields, Sheffield S1 4HJ | arthousesheffield.co.uk
Back-street arts space set up to foster, develop and showcase creative skills. Their recent “fun, friendly and supportive” arts courses include ‘Life Drawing’, ‘Drawing for the Terrified’ and ‘Sculpting Animals’. Socially, people say Art House is a “wonderful, inspiring space filled with kind, creative people”.
7 – 35 CHAPEL WALK
35 Chapel Walk, S1 2PD | 35chapelwalk.com
Small gallery space known for supporting and showcasing the works of local artists.
8 – DINA
32 Cambridge Street, S1 4HP | facebook.com/dinavenue
Centrally located, community arts and live music venue with an anarchic feel, and an in-house vegetarian cafe and eatery. Socially, people say DINA is a “great live events and arts space”, that it is “lovingly run” and has a “nice relaxed DIY and friendly vibe”.
9 – STONEFACE CREATIVE
The Wood Shed, Storrs Lane, S6 6GY | stonefacecreative.com
A beautiful woodland space in which to discover the art of Sheffield stone carver & sculptor, Andrew Vickers.
10 – GRAVES GALLERY
Above the Central Library, Surrey Street, S1 1XZ | museums-sheffield.org.uk
Gallery above the city’s Central Library which includes some real gems from the 19th and 20th centuries.
EDITOR’S PICK – NATIONAL VIDEOGAME MUSEUM
Castle House, Angel Street, S3 8LS | thenvm.org
A visit to the National Videogame Museum is no passive experience. When your “exhibits” are videogames and when “learning about them” means getting to play (or even create) them, you can be sure of a good day. Some of the classics available on consoles and arcade machines include Pac-man, Donkey Kong and Monty Mole, and they’re all free to play with your price of admission.
– Pick up a Circle Card to get circle rates at the National Videogame Museum –
EDITOR’S PICK – SHEFFIELD INSTITUTE OF ARTS
Old Head Post Office, Fitzalan Square, S1 2AY | shu.ac.uk/sia/
Located in the former old Post Office on Fitzalan Square, the Sheffield Institute of Arts supports and develops creative practitioners as well as exhibiting their work through its own dedicated exhibition and event space.
EDITOR’S PICK – S1 ARTSPACE
1 Norwich Street, S2 5PN | s1artspace.org
Exhibition space at Park Hill with an annual programme of contemporary exhibitions, screenings and events.