10 places you need to visit in Sheffield in 2020 - according to TripAdvisor

If you’re making plans for 2020 and fancy some adventure, look no further than this list of the best places to visit in Sheffield.

Tuesday, 31st December 2019, 6:00 am
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These are the top 10 places you have to visit in the Steel City in 2020, according to TripAdvisor.

At the Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry centre, you can encounter the exotic in Sheffield - meet lemurs, meerkats, owls, otters, snakes and more. Woodsetts Road, North Anston, Sheffield, S25 4EQ
At Grave Park, you can feed the ducks, explore the woods, have a game of tennis or a quick pitch and putt - it's described as an excellent day out for the whole family. Woodland Road, Sheffield, S8 8LL

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A certificate of excellent holder, the Botanical Gardens in Sheffield is home to beautiful floral displays, Victorian hot houses with rare tropical plants and picnic areas. Clarkehouse Road, Broomhall, Sheffield, S10 2LN
Described as an "oasis of peace", the Sheffield Winter Garden boasts tropical plants and a calming atmosphere away from the business of the nearby city. Surrey Street, Turdor Square, Sheffield, S1 2LG
This trail takes you through the Rivelin River valley in Sheffield. Along the side of the river is beautiful woodland. On your walk, you'll see a variety of flora and fauna. Starts Malin Bridge, Rivelin Valley, Sheffield, S6 5FG
Holly Hagg is a community not for profit organisation. The farm grows organic food and cares for three acres of land, as well as six alpacas and the variety of natural wildlife. Long Lane, Sheffield, S10 5AG
As well as holding theatrical performances, The Crucible Theatre also houses the most prestigious event in professional snooker. Sheffield Theatres, 55 Norfolk Street, Sheffield, S1 1DA
Found on a man made island, Kelham Island Museum is over 900 years old. It has interactive galleries that tell the story of what it was like to live in Sheffield during the Industrial Revolution. Kelham Island, Sheffield, S3 8RY
An indoor shopping centre in the centre of Sheffield, Meadowhall Shopping Centre boasts shopping, restaurants and a cinema. Meadowhall Way, Sheffield, S9 1EP
Endcliffe Park opened in 1887 to commemorate the Jubilee of Queen Victoria. It's made up of woodland as well as parkland and holds a playground, cafe, lakes and more. Rustlings Road, Sheffield, S11 7AB