Sheffield Botanical Gardens has over 18 different areas of planting and a number of listed buildings for you to explore. Find the unique bear pit next to the Himalayan Garden, take inspiration from the Marnock Garden, stroll through the Victorian carpet bedding and find bananas in the Pavilions. There is something to enjoy at any time of year.
Entry to the gardens is free and can be combined with a visit to The Curator’s House which is an independent café bistro set within the grounds of the gardens.
Sheffield Botanical Gardens are one mile southwest of the city centre. The main entrance is on Clarkehouse Road (S10 2LN), just along from the Hallamshire Hospital. There are also entrances at Botanical Road and Thompson Road (S11 8RB) which is off Ecclesall Road.