Plan your journey to Kelham Island Museum using the Traveline website
Kelham Island Museum is located on the edge of the city centre on Alma Street, off Corporation Street (A61). You turn onto Alma Street just by the Tesco on the corner.
Alma Street is now partially closed to vehicles, with barriers outside The Fat Cat pub. You can drive round to the museum car park, but have to exit the way you came in, back onto Corporation Street.
Sheffield Clean Air Zone
From 27 February 2023 a Clean Air Zone will come into effect in Sheffield affecting the most polluting heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), light goods vehicles (LGVs), vans, buses, coaches and taxi’s that drive within the inner ring road and city centre. Find out more at sheffield.gov.uk
Free limited visitor parking is located on the main museum site. There is also an overflow car park located adjacent to Kelham Island Brewery and the Fat Cat pub on Alma Street (spaces M2 – 10 only).
Accessible parking is available behind the Bessemer Converter (the large black structure just next to the main entrance gates) as you arrive.
Visitor car parking is not available on major event days, including the Victorian Christmas Market.
You can find information on nearby public carparks here
We are just a short walk from Shalesmoor Tramstop or a ten-minute walk from Cathedral, visit www.supertram.com for timetables and prices
Walking directions from Shalesmoor tramstop:
Cross over Penistone Road dual carriageway and turn right. Turn left and walk down Cornish Street. Turn right at the bottom onto Green Lane and walk for around 5 minutes, passing The Milestone Pub on your left and The Grind Cafe on your right. Turn left just after The Fat Cat pub onto Kelham Island. Follow the road round to the left passing The Chimney House and you will arrive at Kelham Island Museum.
The nearest station is Sheffield – from there, it’s a 25 minute walk to Kelham Island or a short tram ride.
Visit https://journeyplanner.travelsouthyorkshire.com for a journey planner and timetables. Bus links to Kelham Island are: 7, 8, 83, 83a, 95, 95a – Closest bus stop is Mowbray Street 57, 81, 82, 86 – Closest bus stop is Gibraltar Street
There is bike parking available by the Bessemer Converter (the large black structure just next to the main entrance gates) as you arrive. Please be aware that bikes are not permitted in the museum.