Sheffield Manor Lodge

Sheffield Manor Lodge's heritage site is a meadows haven where you can discover Sheffield's Tudor story and loose yourself in an urban nature landscape. Visitors can explore the ruins, roam the meadows and enjoy crafts inspired by the history and nature surrounding them.

The scheduled ancient monument, the Tudor Turret House and our fantastic naturalistic designed gardens and meadows, are open every Sunday from April to September 10am – 4pm. Entry to the site is free, but donations are requested.

We also open Monday to Thursday during the school holidays with specific children’s trail and craft activities organised. Advanced booking is recommended – see the links below. Children’s crafts are £4.50 per child (includes 3 crafts) and the self-guided trail is free.

We also offer guided history tours with our expert volunteer guides, each Sunday at 10.30am, 12noon and 1.30pm. £4.50 for adults and children are free.

We have specialist events throughout the year when our activity and pricing is different. Please visit the website or call us for more information.

Sheffield Manor Lodge is part of The Green Estate Community Interest Company which is an award winning not-for-profit social enterprise, who’s ambition is to grow its impact on the local communities and beyond through education, enterprise and environmental activities.