Welcome to Sheffield Manor Lodge
|Situated on a hill overlooking the Don Valley, amidst an inter-war housing estate, the landscape around Sheffield Manor Lodge is a remnant of a once vast Medieval Park.
Whatever the season, Sheffield’s stories are being brought to life through an exciting range of themed activities, events and exhibits.
Whether it’s to discover the amazing story of Mary Queen of Scots’ imprisonment, how Sheffield could have become the Potteries rather than the Steel City, how Sheffield survived the Blitz, or how we are transforming urban landscapes to combat the changes tomorrow brings, come along and have fun discovering your great Sheffield Story
Enjoy the developing gardens, landscape and farm between the ruined Lodge and Manor Oaks. Enjoy fantastic views of Sheffield, watch this working site in action, and find out what’s happening next. Check the main notice boards and website for events, seasonal activities, self-guided trails, clubs and volunteering opportunities.
Rhubarb Shed Cafe
Making ordinary café food extraordinary with a delicious blend of urban deli and traditional farmhouse food.
For bespoke Hot & Cold Buffets & Event Catering ring 0114 267 7634
Buses to: Junction of City Road & Manor Lane: Visitor parking is available at the Discovery Centre and Manor Oaks Farm
42, 49, 50, 58, 120, 123 + 6 minute walk
Manor Lane: 10 Windsor Pub: 56
Junction of Manor Lane & Harborough Avenue: 22, 25, 25a (no Sunday) + 10 minute walk
Tram (Blue Route) to Spring Lane/City Road
+ 20 minute walk through Manor Fields Park
Tram (Yellow Route) to Cricket Inn Road
+ 15 minute (uphill) walk via Maltravers Road to Manor Lane
For up to date transport information please check traveline.info
Junction of City Road & Manor Lane:
Visitor parking is available at the Discovery Centre and Manor Oaks Farm