The Minster Church of Saint George, Doncaster stands at the heart of the town of Doncaster, where a church has stood for over 8 centuries. The present church was built to the designs of George Gilbert Scott between 1854-1858, after the mediaeval church was destroyed by fire in 1853.
Victoria Quays is a large canal basin, close to Sheffield City Centre, that heads up the Sheffield and Tinsley Canal. Sheffield and Tinsley Canal celebrated its 200th Birthday in 2019.
Wedged between a triangle of streets just south of the city centre, Sheffield’s Antiques Quarter is full to the brim with tempting treasures, retro finds and quirky independents. From its glittering emporiums to delightful tea rooms tempting you with delicious home baked cakes, it’s easy to lose a couple hours, or even days, in this unique corner of the city.
Beautifully set in a valley landscaped by ‘Capability’ Brown in the 18th century, the most striking feature of this Cistercian abbey is the eastern end of its church, built in the new Gothic style c. 1170.
Sheffield FC is the World’s First and Oldest Football Club, officially recognised by FIFA and the FA. The club was founded in 1857 by the pioneers Nathaniel Creswick and William Prest.
Wentworth Woodhouse is a Grade I listed stately home in South Yorkshire, with the longest façade of any country house in England.
The museum is located in one of Yorkshires first purpose built combined Police, Fire and Ambulance Stations dating back to 1898. This amazing building houses over 45 vehicles relating to the worlds Emergency Services from Horse Drawn Fire Engines to Ambulances and from Police Cars to Mines Rescue!
The Museum highlights the history of the borough in a way that appeals to all ages and helps to bring both our lives, and those of our ancestors into sharp focus.
A hands-on experience packed with interactive exhibits. Explore the wonders of science and technology in our four pavilions – Air, Earth, Fire and Water.
A museum dedicated to the history and people of Barnsley. Visitors will uncover the incredible story of Barnsley told through centuries-old artefacts, documents, films and recordings that have been donated by people living and working in the borough.
The Minster has stood at the heart of Rotherham town centre for over a thousand years. Architecturally outstanding, an icon of the town and described by Pevsner as "the finest perpendicular church in England", a visit to the Minster is a must.