1. Eat a Béres pork sandwich.Sheffield’s favourite maker of roast pork sandwiches has been serving them for over 50 years and now has nine locations across the city.
2. Hop on the paternoster lift at the Arts Tower.The Arts Tower, the tallest university building in the UK, is sited on a hill and contains one of the largest remaining paternoster lifts, which move constantly and have no doors, so you quite literally have to hop on. Once you’ve hopped off on to one of the top floors, you’ll get some of the best views of the city.
3. Become a cinephile.Sheffield, like most major cities, has a few cinemas. However, the creative programming that takes place at the Showroom Cinema in particular gives people an unusually rich variety of films to see throughout the year, as well as lots of special events,..
4. Take a breather in the Winter Gardens.
Nestled right in the city centre, the Winter Gardens is a calming respite from the busy shopping streets. It’s located next door to the Millennium Galleries, too, so you can go from an indoor oasis into an art gallery with just a few steps.
5. Become a beer geek.
In 2014 the New York Times picked Sheffield as one of the finest places in the world for good beer, and it wasn’t wrong. With a huge amount of pubs ranging from “old man” boozers with open fires, snugs, and roaring coal fires to craft beer houses, you’re never far away from good beer her. Look here for some great places to drink in Sheffield.