|Looking for: ||Heritage, Historical|
|Address: ||Sheffield Manor Lodge
389 Manor Lane
|Postcode: ||S2 1UL|
|Telephone: ||0114 276 2828 ext 647|
|Website: ||Click Here|
Sheffield Manor Lodge is the last remains of what was once the Great Sheffield Deer Park.
Today you can visit the Discovery Centre to find out how it has changed over its 600 year history and explore the ruins of the once grand Tudor mansion where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned for 14 years. Come on a Saturday tour and you may even run into Bess of Hardwick!
There have been animals on the site since medieval times and we are still a working farm today. You can see our Clydesdale horse, Big Lad, as well as our pigs, chickens, rabbits and donkeys: sometimes the donkeys even give rides!
In the school holidays children can come along to our themed craft sessions. Weâve done everything from willow weaving to flower printing to making Tudor soap. Please click the link here to see our website for details of sessions and other events.
Site entrance is free.
Saturday tours: Adult £3, Child Free
School holiday crafts: £3 per child
Discovery Centre and ruins:
Every third Saturday and Sunday: 11am to 4pm
Every Friday: 10:30 to 2:30pm
School Holidays: Tuesday to Friday: 10.30am to 2.30pm.
Farm and cafe:
Monday to Saturday: 9am to 4pm
Sunday: 10am to 4pm
Food served until 3pm