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BISHOP'S HOUSE - SHEFFIELD
Meersbrook park, Norton Lees Lane, Sheffield

Bishops House Built in about 1500, is the oldest surviving timber-framed house in Sheffield. Inside, it retains many of its original features and looks as it would have done in the 17th century, giving visitors a tantalising flavour of Tudor and Stuart England. The house opened as a museum in 1976 after much restoration and displays explore the lives of those that have lived and worked in Sheffield from 1500 to the present day.
Free admission. Tel: 0114 2557701

 Parlor
  • The Pass Chamber
  • The Great Parlour
  • The New Chamber
  • The Staircase
  • Temporary Exhibitions, Tours & Events
  • Educational Groups by arrangement


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Bishops House web site - check this site for opening hours and further information.
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