COVID-19 alert: Travel requirements are changing rapidly, including need for pre-travel COVID-19 testing and quarantine on arrival.

Sheffield Town Hall
Holiday Travel Guide

Sheffield Town Hall which includes a fountain, heritage architecture and an administrative building
Capture photos of the elegant façade and peruse the intriguing trinkets and treasures in this structure overlooking the Peace Gardens.

Sheffield Town Hall is a 19th-century building with majestic features and exhibits. It contains the offices of the city council and holds a collection of Sheffield’s renowned silverware. Gaze up at the clock tower that marks one of the city’s most prominent structures.

Admire the impressive façade, which is made from Stoke stone. Inspect the intricate carvings by British sculptor F. W. Pomeroy. Note how the friezes portray the industries of Sheffield. At a height of 200 feet (61 metres), this was the tallest structure in the city from its construction in 1896 until 1965, when it was surpassed by the Arts Tower.

The clock tower rises to a height of 210 feet (64 metres) and is topped by a statue of the Roman god of fire, Vulcan. Hear the hourly chime of the electronic bell system. Snap photos of your family standing by the water feature of the Peace Gardens in front of the Town Hall.

Enter the large building and admire the HMS Sheffield display on the way to the Main Entrance Hall. See the elegant marble staircase and a statue of the city’s first lord mayor. Peruse the four sections of the gallery and look through the collection of silverware.

The Lord Mayor’s Parlour contains some of the gifts given to the city, such as silver and porcelain. Browse the various paintings in this room and find portraits of former mayors in the antechamber.

Relax in the scenic and modern grounds of the Peace Gardens. Listen to the sound of water flowing from the plaza’s many fountains. The kids will love running around in the section that has intermittent jets of water.

The Sheffield Town Hall is on the northern side of the Peace Gardens in the heart of the city. Take a bus to a nearby stop or walk 10 minutes from the Sheffield Train Station. The site is near many of Sheffield’s most notable attractions, such as the Sheffield City Hall and the Millennium Gallery.

Capture photos of the elegant façade and peruse the intriguing trinkets and treasures in this structure overlooking the Peace Gardens.

Sheffield Town Hall is a 19th-century building with majestic features and exhibits. It contains the offices of the city council and holds a collection of Sheffield’s renowned silverware. Gaze up at the clock tower that marks one of the city’s most prominent structures.

Admire the impressive façade, which is made from Stoke stone. Inspect the intricate carvings by British sculptor F. W. Pomeroy. Note how the friezes portray the industries of Sheffield. At a height of 200 feet (61 meters), this was the tallest structure in the city from its construction in 1896 until 1965, when it was surpassed by the Arts Tower.

The clock tower rises to a height of 210 feet (64 meters) and is topped by a statue of the Roman god of fire, Vulcan. Hear the hourly chime of the electronic bell system. Snap photos of your family standing by the water feature of the Peace Gardens in front of the Town Hall.

Enter the large building and admire the HMS Sheffield display on the way to the Main Entrance Hall. See the elegant marble staircase and a statue of the city’s first lord mayor. Peruse the four sections of the gallery and look through the collection of silverware.

The Lord Mayor’s Parlour contains some of the gifts given to the city, such as silver and porcelain. Browse the various paintings in this room and find portraits of former mayors in the antechamber.

Relax in the scenic and modern grounds of the Peace Gardens. Listen to the sound of water flowing from the plaza’s many fountains. The kids will love running around in the section that has intermittent jets of water.

The Sheffield Town Hall is on the northern side of the Peace Gardens in the heart of the city. Take a bus to a nearby stop or walk 10 minutes from the Sheffield Train Station. The site is near many of Sheffield’s most notable attractions, such as the Sheffield City Hall and the Millennium Gallery.

Top Trending Hotels Near Sheffield Town Hall

Leopold Hotel
Leopold Hotel
4 out of 5
2 Leopold Street, Leopold Square, Sheffield, England
The price is £54 per night from 20 Jun to 20 Jun
Located in Sheffield City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Sheffield City Hall and Crucible Theatre. Sheffield Hallam University and Ponds ...
4.4/5Excellent! (627 reviews)
"Beautiful architectural hotel with a really nice mix of bars and restaurants literally a stones throw away. Really welcoming staff."

Reviewed on 14 Jun 2021

Leopold Hotel
Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel & Spa
Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel & Spa
4 out of 5
Free cancellation
The price is £60 per night from 4 Jul to 4 Jul
Located in Sheffield City Centre, this spa hotel is steps away from Sheffield Winter Garden, Millennium Gallery and Peace Gardens. Sheffield Town Hall and Ponds ...
4.4/5Excellent! (980 reviews)
Wonderful stay!
"Wonderful Stay. A home away from home whilst essentially travelling in these strange times. Ali was excellent and welcoming as usual, he is such an asset to this hotel. The location and view in this hotel are amazing. This is probably our 10th stay in a year and we will keep coming back."

Reviewed on 15 Mar 2021

Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel & Spa
Novotel Sheffield Centre
Novotel Sheffield Centre
4 out of 5
Free cancellation
The price is £55 per night from 4 Jul to 4 Jul
Located in Sheffield City Centre, this eco-friendly hotel is steps away from Genting Club Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. Crucible Theatre and Sheffield ...
4.1/5Very Good! (995 reviews)
"We enjoyed our stay very much! The staff are very nice, polite and helpful. Rooms are clean and comfy. Pool is very warm and clean. Just make sure you book your time slot for the pool session in advance (if there is an option), we didn’t know you have to book to be able to swim, but we were lucky ..."

Reviewed on 4 Jun 2021

Novotel Sheffield Centre
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Popular places to visit in Sheffield Town Hall

Sheffield Town Hall

Choose two or more items and save on your trip:

Top Hotel Deals

easyHotel Sheffield
easyHotel Sheffield
3 out of 5
The price is £28 per night from 4 Jul to 4 Jul
easyHotel Sheffield
Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel & Spa
Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel & Spa
4 out of 5
The price is £60 per night from 4 Jul to 4 Jul
Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel & Spa
Novotel Sheffield Centre
Novotel Sheffield Centre
4 out of 5
The price is £55 per night from 4 Jul to 4 Jul
Novotel Sheffield Centre
Leopold Hotel
Leopold Hotel
4 out of 5
2 Leopold Street, Leopold Square, Sheffield, England
The price is £54 per night from 20 Jun to 20 Jun
Leopold Hotel
Jurys Inn Sheffield
Jurys Inn Sheffield
3.5 out of 5
119 Eyre Street, Sheffield, England
The price is £55 per night from 20 Jun to 20 Jun
Jurys Inn Sheffield
Mercure Sheffield Kenwood Hall & Spa
Mercure Sheffield Kenwood Hall & Spa
4 out of 5
The price is £52 per night from 4 Jul to 4 Jul
Mercure Sheffield Kenwood Hall & Spa
Best Western Sheffield City Centre Cutlers Hotel
Best Western Sheffield City Centre Cutlers Hotel
3 out of 5
The price is £44 per night from 20 Jun to 20 Jun
Best Western Sheffield City Centre Cutlers Hotel
ibis Sheffield City
ibis Sheffield City
3 out of 5
The price is £43 per night from 22 Jun to 22 Jun
ibis Sheffield City
ibis Budget Sheffield Centre St Marys Gate
ibis Budget Sheffield Centre St Marys Gate
3 out of 5
The price is £32 per night from 22 Jun to 22 Jun
ibis Budget Sheffield Centre St Marys Gate
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.