Sheffield Manor Lodge is a unique heritage 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.
Friends of Sheffield Manor Lodge dressed up in Tudor costume


  • Big Lad staring at donkey's Rosy and Lilly

Big Lad, our working horse, is poorly

September 9th, 2016|2 Comments

We are very sad to let people know that Big Lad, our working horse, is very poorly. He has had blood tests which have proven inconclusive but we are waiting for further results. There is [...]

  • Making a glow in the dark lantern at our school holiday crafts

‘Get Kids out Learning’

July 29th, 2016|0 Comments

We're delighted to be part of Tutora's 'Get Kids Out Learning!' campaign this summer. The summer holidays are a great time to inspire children by visiting local educational places. Children love learning and they love [...]

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BEFORE THE SMOKE – “Hills and Valleys” Coach Tour

July 28th, 2016|4 Comments

Explore industry and occupation in the hills and valleys surrounding old Sheffield town before it grew into an industrial metropolis of global fame. 20th August 11am - 5pm Meet at Sheffield Cathedral £20 per person. [...]


We came with our two children and had a lovely day. Friendly and helpful volunteers and informative exhibits, tours and a really nice small farm. Having cake and coffee at the Rhubarb Shed Café was a treat.
Farkingtons Family
The day, the friendly helpful staff, and the food exceeded our expectations and we would recommend the Manor Lodge and the Rhubarb Shed if anyone is currently planning a wedding or any other celebration, we couldn’t have asked for more.
Vicky (Bride)
Excellent and friendly staff with very good value food. The wild flower meadows in June are sensational.
Bridget M (TripAdvisor)
Three generations found interest in the visit. Much to see and to learn about local history.
Burkin Family
I’ve visited Manor Castle a couple of times now and it really is a lovely place to go. The cafe is fantastic as are all the staff, and there is a great variety of plants to buy, too. I took my son to the Reenactment Event and it was brilliant. The children were invited to join in and try on costumes, which my son really enjoyed. There are a few animals to see, too, and lots of lovely places to relax and take in the nature and pretty scenery. We will definitetly go again!
Victoria (Facebook)