10 hidden gems in Sheffield you need to visit according to TripAdvisor

While most people who where born and bred in Steel City will know where everything is on this list.

Wednesday, 11th December 2019, 3:30 pm
Updated Wednesday, 11th December 2019, 3:30 pm
Hidden gems you need to see in Sheffield.

There are plenty of hidden gems around Sheffield which you might not have visited. Here are 10 places which people have called hidden gems on TripAdvisor.

Visitors have given this community farm five out of five. There are also regular guided alpaca treks around Rivelin Valley.
You can go see this working farm for free. One review said: "Lovely dairy farm that makes and sells the best ice-cream they have calves and bunny's you can pet and a play garden."

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Most visitors have said this trail is 'excellent'. One review said: "A great place to go walking. Easy going and decent paths. Stepping stones for the brave."
A museum celebrating Sheffield's steel heritage. One review said: "There is plenty to see, and you do get to see some moving machines."
Bishops' House is the best surviving example of a timber framed house in Sheffield. One review said: "If history is your thing, this place is unmissable."
A few miles from the city centre one review said: "Victorian hot houses with rare tropical plants, and even a Victorian bear pit."
While there you can meet lemurs, meerkats, owls, otters, snakes, lizards, a tarantula and other amazing animals. One review said: "So many different animals and the opportunity to feed the birds in the butterfly house."
Discover the manor which held Mary, Queen of Scots prisoner - and there is also a farm and meadow. One review said: "Manor Lodge really is a hidden gem."
Located in one of Yorkshires first purpose built combined Police, Fire and Ambulance Stations, the museum was open in the 1980's.
Established in 1905 and named after the first professor of Zoology at the University of Sheffield, the Alfred Denny Museum of Zoology contains numerous animal specimens from all corners of the world.