This is what you should do with 24 hours in Sheffield, according to National Express
Sheffield boasts a wealth of attractions, from its exciting food and drink scene and wealth of independent shops to the amazing scenery on its doorstep, meaning visitors are spoilt for choice.
But it’s impossible to pack everything the Steel City has to offer into a single visit.
That’s why National Express has put together this short video, showing in just 24 seconds what to do if you have only 24 hours in which to explore Sheffield.
Time-starved tourists should begin their busy day, suggests the coach operator, by taking a stroll around the Winter Garden and neighbouring Peace Gardens.
They should then take a moment to appreciate the city’s amazing street art, including Pete McKee’s Carver Street mural of Muriel with her polka dot scarf, sunglasses and shopping trolley.
It’s then time for a sit down and a cup of expertly made coffee at Steam Yard, off Division Street, before checking out the eclectic mix of shops in the area.
Next up is the opportunity for a selfie beside the gold postbox at Barker’s Pool commemorating Jessica Ennis Hill’s heptathlon heroics at the London 2012 Olympics.
You can then learn more about the city’s proud industrial past at Kelham Island Museum before enjoying pizza and cocktails at the nearby Craft & Dough restaurant.
Sharing the video on Twitter, National Express praised the city’s independent shops and bars, and ‘quirky’ street art, asking ‘who wouldn't want to visit Sheffield?’.