Sheffield Manor Lodge hosts a season of inspiring history talks by reputable and passionate speakers that aim to stir your interest in, often hidden, aspects of history. From local Sheffield stories to international momentous events, our history talks provide an insight into the past.
We’ve had lectures from knights in armour, heard intrigues about our very own royal prisoner, Mary Queen of Scots, discovered how Sheffield got its street names and even found about knickers (in a brief history)!
A season of inspiring history talks by reputable and passionate speakers to stir your interest in often hidden aspects of local and international history.
Our heritage lectures take place every first Monday of the month* and you can find out who is speaking by visiting our events page. You will also find a host of other activities and events that we run throughout the year on our events page.
*In May the lecture is held on the second Monday of the month due to the bank holiday.
So get booked on and start to discover the rich history of the Sheffield Manor Lodge and its surrounding areas.