Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet a unique industrial museum going back to the 13th century. The 19th century Grade I and Grade II listed buildings are complete with the UK's last surviving crucible steel furnace.
Officially opened by Queen Victoria in 1897, Sheffield Town Hall holds a collection of silverware and a depiction of the Dragon of Wharncliffe amongst other historically valued items.
Originally proposed as a Memorial Hall, Sheffield City Hall is a neo-classical building used for various concerts and events.
The only other surviving theatre, outside London, designed by W.G.R Sprague; the Lyceum Theatre holds 1068 seats and presents annual pantomime shows.
As the largest urban glasshouse in Europe, the Winter Gardens is home to more than 2000 plants and was opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 2003.
About this site - Sheffield is a welcoming city, this site shows a selection of what to visit and has links to related websites for more information.
Disclaimer - This is site was created as an example tourist site for my web development portfolio. It isn't a full tourist site, as it is just to add to the examples of sites for display in my portfolio.