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.
It has become a popular arts and community events venue. It’s earliest recorded occupant was William Blythe, a farmer and scythe manufacturer, who was living there in 1627!
To know more and book a place during the weekends, visit: www.bishopshouse.org.uk
BOOK a night at the Sheffield Metropolitan, minutes away from the Bishops' House and lots of other interesting venues!
Address: Norton Lees Land, Sheffield, S8 9BE