A fun-fact about this museum, is that it stands on a man-made island 900 years old!
Their interesting and interactive galleries tell the story from light trades and skilled workmanship to mass production, and how the lives were lived.
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An award-winning, The Weston Park Museum lies within the Weston Park and is the largest museum in all of Sheffield. It's a family friendly museum with interactive exhibits created for children.
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The Alfred Denny Museum was constructed all the way back in 1905. It contains a number of animal specimens from all over the world, including fossils and material from almost extinct and extinct species.
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The National Emergency Services Museum is a proud and loving testament to one of Sheffield's most notable and essential sectors. It's housed in a 20th century police and fire station.
Featuring original cobbles, police cells, fire-fighters’ bedrooms and one of the few remaining Fire Brigade observation towers in the United Kingdom.
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The Bishops's House is situated in Meersbrook Park, being one of just three surviving timber-framed buildings in Sheffield.
It was built in around 1554 and is open to visitors for them to experience how people lived and how the houses were built and used during the 16th and 17th century in England.
Situated in the beautiful valley of Porter Brook, Shepherd Wheel is a great example of the working knife grinding industry in Sheffield. It's listed as a Grade II building and Scheduled Ancient Monument.
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