Sheffield's top attractions can be easily reached once you step off the train via the local tram service, or on foot.
Jump on a train to Sheffield and you'll soon discover that it has plenty to offer. With a rich heritage forged in its bustling steel mills, Sheffield's industrial past has shaped it into the thoroughly modern city it is today.
Trains to Sheffield connect you to all the top attractions via a tram service, or you can easily walk and discover many secret delights on foot. Catch a ground-breaking theatre production at The Crucible Theatre, which is also home, of course, to the World Snooker Championship. Or you could take a stroll through the nearby Winter Garden, which is just a stone's throw away from Sheffield train station.
If the huge selection of shops on the main shopping streets aren't quite enough for you, then try Meadowhall, the largest shopping centre in Yorkshire. As night draws in, Sheffield's music scene bursts into life, and legendary venues like The Leadmill and The Plug turn into the local hotspots for performances from up and coming bands.
Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, there’s many reasons you should take a trip to this exciting city.
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