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The Millennium Gallery is Sheffield's premier destination for art, craft and design. Here you can see some of Sheffield's unique heritage, including the metalwork which made the city world famous, alongside contemporary art and design exhibitions.
Lovely gallery to visit with plenty to see! Free wifi which is an added bonus and a nice little cafe down below which overlooks Hallam building. Currently a hot spot for lego fans and a walkway from the station. Definitely one to check out!
My three years old granddaughter took me by the hand and took me around all the exhibitions. Papa you have to see this. Every time I come here I need to see this she said. I was most impressed with the metals. The Millennium bowl...More
We visited as a family to look at the Lego buildings. This is a lovely place to visit with interesting exhibitions. The staff were friendly and welcoming. One thing I will say is that the gift shop which is as you walk in to the...More
We visited Sheffield to check out he Lego exhibition as out grandson loves Lego and called in here for a guide to where the exhibits were situated. This is a lovely gallery, with plenty of other exhibits including models made from cutlery, acknowledging Sheffields steel...More
A mix of exhibitions, thoughtfully curated. The Victorian portrait exhibition especially interesting. The staff are knowledgeable and so helpful, especially Stephen, who gave us lots of information about other sights in Sheffield. Wonderful ambassadors of a great city.
I love the way that this place is linked to the Winter Gardens- you can also come into the building through the station side up an elevator, which is special.
We popped into the gallery on a lunch break, I particularly enjoyed the exhibition showing...More
A perfect little gallery with some interesting exhibits and exhibitions. I found the location attached to the Winter Garden very convenient. Also a cafe and shop can be found. Overall somewhere well worth a visit, there isn't an admission fee but donations are welcome towards...More
We wiled away a couple of hours on a damp Sunday in this gallery. The Ruskin Collection was interesting, the installation, Here I Am, was slightly puzzling, The Hope is Strong works were thought provoking. However, the Metalwork Collection was stunning, varied and informative and...More