Weston Park Museum
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Fab Museum with things for all the family. Includes lots of interactive exhibitions such as building your own igloo, playing shops, dressing up and more. They also have toddler sessions on a Friday. There's a cute shop and cafe too and a large exhibition all about Sheffield.
Housed in a grade two listed building. Interactive activities for children, a small art gallery, palaeontology section, exhibits from anchient history to modern times, natural history including animals and insects. Good shope and cafe.
Perfect little museum which children and adults will love. Good for a rainy day.
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“Designed by WGR Sprague, the Lyceum Theatre originally opened in 1897. A traditional proscenium arch theatre, this 1068-seat listed building is Sprague's only surviving design outside London. Following its closure in 1968, the Lyceum underwent a £12 million renovation and reopened in 1991. The Lyceum is the main receiving venue for touring productions in the Sheffield Theatres complex. It comprises of a diverse programme comprising opera, ballet, contemporary dance and West End hits as well as our own productions The Lyceum theatre has three bars and provides light snacks.”
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“Not always on - you'd have to check facebook. Street food traders set up stalls at 92 burton road once a month for Peddler Market. Joe and I love it here, but we tend to go earlier to avoid queueing to get in.”
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“There is a nature trail around the dam which is an easy round walk of just over 3 miles but can easily be extended beyond Bradfield”
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“The admiral Rodney is a very nice country pub with open fires, great views and lovely food and drinks”
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