Discover this unique Sheffield visitor attraction with Tudor ruins, Farm, 1940s Cottage, Cafe and Artist Studios all set in a unique meadow landscape. For children, families and those with interests in history, wildflower gardens and landscapes there is always  lots to see and do.
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  • Greg Harris Sheffield Manor Lodge Turret House Print

Turret House Print by Greg Harris

November 28th, 2016|0 Comments

We are delighted that Sheffield artist, Greg Harris, has drawn this amazing print of our very own Turret House. You may have seen Greg’s prints for sale in places like the Millennium Galleries. He’s drawn everything Sheffield [...]

  • Mary Queen of Scots the Captive Queen in England Book by David Templeman

Discover Mary Queen of Scots Time in Sheffield in this exciting new book

November 4th, 2016|0 Comments

David Templeman is the Chairman of the Friends of Sheffield Manor Lodge. He has written a book to put Sheffield firmly back into the story of Mary, Queen of Scots. Most people have heard of the [...]

Going out with a bang on our November open weekend

October 31st, 2016|0 Comments

Looking for what to do in Sheffield this November? Over the 19th and 20th you can visit the Tudor Ruins, Artist Studios and see Christmas at the 1940s Manor Cottages.  It's the last for 2016 so [...]