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Ecclesall Road is on the outskirts of Sheffield and is one of the city's most vibrant commercial districts. There's something here for everyone, from the wide range of shops through to the stunning Botanical Gardens. Great for a fun day out.
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Known as Sheffield's "Golden Mile." Ecclesall Road has nearly 400 businesses in a 1 and a half mile stretch from the City Centre to suburban Banner Cross. There is a fantastic mix of independent shops, and high street names - restaurants, art galleries, cafes, boutiques, florists, hairdressers, beauticians and gift shops
Ecclesall Road shares the lower part of the beautiful Porter Valley with the shops on Sharrow Vale Road, well known for its relaxed village atmosphere. Also, make sure you make time to visit The Famous Sheffield Shop - this is a Sheffield institution, having traded in nothing but the finest products made in Sheffield for over 25 years.
Either side of Ecclesall Road are some of Sheffield's very best green spaces: The Botanical Gardens with its glass roofed pavilions, plant collections of national importance, and bear pit; Sheffield General Cemetary laid out in Egyptian style and the last resting place of many prominent people; Endcliffe Park with its popular cafe and playground, and Bingham Park, which has Shepherd's Wheel, a recently restored water-powered cutler's workshop open to the public. The historic Porter Valley continues on through woodlands and millponds to reach the open moors above Sheffield.
The large student population adds to the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Ecclesall Road and the parks host a fantastic range of special events including circuses, open air classical and pop concerts, "Shakespeare in the Gardens," and the annual Gay Pride festival. The General Cemetary has even hosted a Beer Festival! You can also make a visit to Napoleons Casino on Ecclesall Road too.
Ecclesall Road was developed in the late 19th Century as a main route from the Victorian suburbs (where many rich industrialists had their homes) into the City Centre. Most of the buildings date from that era with a sprinkling of modern retail developments.
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