Venue, Travel and To Do

Cutlers' Hall

Church St, Sheffield. S1 1HG
+44 114 276 8149

Things To Do

Millenium Gallery

Millenium GalleryThe Millennium Gallery is Sheffield’s premier destination for art, craft and design. Here you can see some of Sheffield’s unique heritage, including the metalwork which made the city world famous, alongside contemporary art and design exhibitions.


Peak District

Peak DistrictA third of Sheffield actually sits within this stunning National Park. There is Longshaw estate, Burbage and the Eastern Moors as well as villages like Hathersage with the setting of Jane Eyre and the grave of Little John, Edale where you can join Pennine Way and climb  Kinder Scout and Eyam famous for the isolation of the Plague


Sheffield Winter Garden (Welcome Reception Venue)

Winter GardenSheffield's impressive multi award-winning Winter Garden is one of the largest temperate glasshouses to be built in the UK during the last hundred years and has created a stunning green world with more than 2,500 plants from around the world.


Sheffield Documentary Film Festival

Ducumentary FestivalThe Festival includes film screenings, interactive and virtual reality exhibitions, talks & sessions, Unmissable live events, and its own awards.
Since beginning in 1994, Doc/Fest has become the UK's biggest documentary festival and the third largest in the world. The BBC have called it "one of the leading showcases of documentary films".


Sheffield Cathedral (Conference Evening Venue)

Sheffield CathedralWhether you have come to pray, to search or to ponder; whether you are a lover of art, architecture or music; whether you need help or have come to look round, you are most welcome here.

Come to one of Sheffield’s oldest buildings, the ancient heart of this great city.


Kelham Island Museum

Kelham Island MuseumKelham Island Museum was opened in 1982 to house the objects, pictures and archive material representing Sheffield's industrial story.

Located in one of the city's oldest industrial districts, the Museum stands on a man-made island over 900 years old.


Chatsworth House

Chatsworth HouseThe home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire is set in the magnificent landscape of Derbyshire's Peak District National Park.

The 1000 acre park and the farmshop and its restaurant are open all year round. Chatsworth has a long tradition of welcoming people from around the world.


Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet

Abbeydale Industrial HamletAbbeydale Industrial Hamlet is a beautiful setting for a day out. As well as the fascinating buildings and features of the site, there are activites and facilties to add to the enjooyment of your visit.

Originally called Abbeydale Works it was one of the larget water powered sites on the River Sheaf.


Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Sheffield Botanical GardensSheffield Botanical Gardens cover 19 acres and were first opened in 1836. Originally designed by Robert Marnock in the Gardenesque style, the site now has fifteen different garden areas featuring collections of plants from all over the world, including Mediterranean, Asian, American prairie-style, woodland and rock-and-water plantings.


Useful Links

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Web linkNational Rail Enquiries


By Car

Directions by Road
Leave the M1 at Junction 33. Follow the A630/A57 to Sheffield to the Park Square Roundabout.
Take the lane marked 'City A61N' at the fourth exit, keeping Pond's Forge Swimming & Leisure Centre on your left, follow signs to the Theatres/Hallam University.
Go up the hill through the traffic lights go straight ahead
Straight on to the traffic lights, stay in the inside lane of the road for access & buses 100 yards on High Street.
Using the bus lane which says 'except for access', go through the traffic lights for about 150/200 yards and The Cutlers' Hall is on your left (between the Tesco & The Royal Bank of Scotland ), We are next with the big silver doors directly opposite the Sheffield Cathedral.


The nearest 24 hour car parks are only a few minutes’ walk away to the hall – The N .C .P Arundel Gate is underneath the Crucible Theatre and the Q-Park, Rockingham Street at the end of Trippet Lane.

Access is available from both sides of Arundel Gate.
All Cutlers Hall guests can get a special car parking rate of £5.00 for up to 24 hours.

On entry to the car park at Arundel Gate take a token at the barrier and park your car. Take the token with you, do not leave it in your car. When you are ready to leave the Cutlers’ Hall go to our cloak room to validate your token on the token machine to get the discounted rate. Then pay your money at the N.C.P. car park machine before you get in your car.

All Cutlers Hall guests can get a special car parking rate of £3.50 for up to 24 hours Monday – Friday and £3.00 for up to 24 hours Saturday and Sunday.

On entry to the car park take a parking ticket at the barrier and park your car. Take the ticket with you, do not leave it in your car. When you are ready to leave the Cutlers’ Hall go to our cloak room or speak to the doormen and ask for a QPark Voucher. At the pay station in the car park insert the voucher and then your parking ticket to get the discounted rate. Pay your money before you leave the car park.

By Train

The Cutlers' Hall is located 800 metres from Sheffield's train station, a 3 minute taxi journey away or less than a 10 minutes’ walk.

Super tram is situated at the train station follow the signs for Trams. For the city centre the trams required are either Sheffield Cathedral or Malin Bridge and the stop to get off at is Sheffield Cathedral. The Cutlers Hall is opposite the main entrance of the cathedral.
Taxis - A taxi rank is located outside the train station.

By Bus

Sheffield can be reached by bus from several cities in UK. The main bus companies are National Express and Megabus. Sheffield Interchange is the city's hub for local and national bus services, and is conviniently located in the city centre, two minutes walk from the train station and an 8 minute walk from Cutlers' Hall

By Air

With 4 international airports within less than an hour's drive, Sheffield is easy to reach from overseas destinations.

Manchester Airport, one of the UK's busiest, has a regular direct rail service to Sheffield. Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport is served by a number of European destinations with charter flight routes. Leeds Bradford Airport is also well served by European and long haul destinations. Sheffield can be reached by using a taxi service or bus to Leeds and then train to Sheffield. Nottingham East Midlands receives routes from European and long haul destinations. Sheffield can be reached by road using a taxi service, or take the airport shuttle to East Midlands Parkway and take the train (operated by East Midlands Trains) to the centre of Sheffield. To ensure your easy onward journey from your airport of choice, why not book your airport transfer in advance with one of the private hire taxi companies in Sheffield. You can book City Taxis online or call them direct on 0114 239 3939 or travel using UBER

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