Sheffield Manor LodgeSheffield, South Yorkshire
Sheffield Manor Lodge is the last remains of what was once the Great Sheffield Deer Park. Today you can visit the Discovery Centre to find out how it has changed over its 600 year history and explore the ruins of the once grand Tudor mansion where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned for 14 years. Come on a Saturday tour and you may even run into Bess of Hardwick! From spring to late autumn the site comes alive with our pictorial meadow flowers. You can see a unique landscape rich in colour and wildlife. Thereâs a handy adventure playground too. When you're ready for something to eat you can visit the Rhubarb Shed cafe for a traditional farmhouse lunch or stop at one of the picnic areas located around the site.
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A day of family fun, crafts and trails!
Enjoy crafts, trails outdoor green space and more!
A perfect place for your next outing
Looking for somewhere new and unique to visit?
- Free Wifi
- Gift Shop
- Onsite Parking
- Accessible Toilets
- Food Available
- Card Payments Accepted
Monday - Thursday 10:30 - 16:00
General Opening Times
Sunday 10:30 - 16:00
Pricing & Tickets
- Child (4-17) : Free
- Adult (17-18+) : Free
Entry is free for all.
Children's crafts and trail activity is £4.50 per child.
Guided history tour is £4.50 per adult and children are free
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Plan Your Visit
Typical visit time 2 - 3 hours
Yes there is parking.