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Sheffield is the biggest city in the county of South Yorkshire England and a major university town. It is also one of the greenest cities in the UK but other than that, Sheffield is also known for its unending fun and more than many things to explore.
This blog is about the top 5 things you could most probably be doing in Sheffield other than digging inside books.
#1 Five Weirs Walk
If you fancy more of a picturesque walk in Sheffield, then the Five Weirs Walk is just right for you. Absorb the power of the river Don and enjoy Sheffield’s natural beauty.
#2 Explore Graves Gallery
Known as a ‘haven of peace’ amidst the hustle bustle of the city centre, Graves Gallery is one place to be at and also offers a free entry. From Nineteenth-century European painting to Grayson Perry tapestry this place is home to the city’s superb permanent art collection from across the ages.
#3 Don’t miss The Leadmill
The Leadmill is a legendary venue, which is primarily known for music, that continues to present a great line-up of live events. Not just a music venue, the place hosts cinema, comedy and club nights too. In short, there are lots of things for you to do.
#4 Go visit Rafters
It is Sheffield’s best fine dining restaurant and winner of numerous awards offers exquisite cuisine with a classic, leafy suburban feel. Rafters eatery is known for its taster menus with complimentary wines to go with.
#5 Climb the Awesome Walls
This is England’s largest indoor climbing centre with the title of National Performance Centre for climbing. Whether you are a first timer or an avid climber, this place caters to all abilities and some adventure.
So if you are in Sheffield and feeling bored then probably you will not be feeling the same after reading this blog.