With over 800 suggestions from The Star’s readers, it's safe to say there is no shortage of days out in Sheffield for you to take your friends who are visiting for the first time.
A huge range of options were suggested, for drinkers and non-drinkers, outdoorsy people and those who would rather be shopping, film lovers and history lovers… whoever they are, first-time visitors to Sheffield will leave with fond memories of the city.
Here are ten of the most popular days out with friends, according to our readers.
1. Hagglers Corner
Hagglers Corner is a trendy bar, cafe and event space in Lowfield which is described as a 'cafe by day, party by night'. With free events including gigs, comedy nights, and a night market, this gem should not be missed.
2. Showroom Cinema
The brilliant, affordable, independent Showroom is a perfect stop for new visitors to the city, whether they're lovers of film or just need to dodge the rain. Showroom also has a cosy bar area with some outdoor seating. Photo: Contributed
3. Peak District
There is no way not to include the Peaks on any list regarding things to do in Sheffield. Rivelin Valley (pictured), Ladybower Reservoir, and Mam Tor were all named by readers as great spots for taking new visitors. Photo: JOHN LEIGH
4. Kelham Island
As with the Peak District, Kelham is an obvious choice for new visitors. According to TimeOut and The Times, its one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the UK, with an array of unique and vibrant independent pubs, bars, cafes, shops and restaurants. Photo: Submit