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We can't wait to welcome you. Here you'll find information on how to get here and our onsite facilities.


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Opening Times

Tue–Sat 10am–5pm

Sun 11am–4pm

The Ruskin Collection will be closed for redisplay from Mon 27 Nov and will reopen on Sat 9 Dec. The Pioneers exhibition is open as normal during this time.

The gallery will close for the festive break at 3pm on Sun 24 Dec and reopen on Tue 2 Jan.

Millennium Gallery

Arundel Gate


S1 2PP

Information for your visit

Plan your journey to Millennium Gallery using the Traveline website

By road
From the M1 leave at junction 33 and take the A57 to Sheffield.
Follow signs for the city centre and the theatres.

Sheffield Clean Air Zone
A Clean Air Zone is now in 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

Arundel Gate Bus Gate
A bus gate is in effect on Arundel Gate restricting northbound traffic – find out more at

There is plenty of car parking near to the Millennium Gallery. The closest is the Britannia car park opposite the Crucible Theatre.

Visitors using the Q Park car park on Charles Street are able to claim 30% off the price of their pre-booked parking thanks to a special deal we have with Q Park - to claim the discount just visit the link above, follow the pre-booking process, select 'I have a promotion code' on the payment screen and enter the code SMCSDR30

The disabled parking spaces for blue badge holders on Surrey Street are currently unavailable due to maintenance work on the Central Library building. You can find the location of other disabled parking spaces in the city centre on the Sheffield City Council website

By bike
There is bike parking available in front of the Ambulo café on Arundel Gate. Please be aware that bikes are not permitted in the gallery.

By rail
We are a 5-10 minute walk from the railway station. Leave the station, cross the road and walk straight up Howard Street, by Sheffield Hallam University. You will be able to see the Millennium Gallery at the top of the hill.

By coach
There is a coach drop off point close to the entrance on Arundel Gate at the rear of the Central Library and Graves Gallery.

By bus and tram
The Millennium Gallery is easily reached from any city centre bus and tram stop.

There are toilets and baby change facilities available on the ground floor of the gallery.

Unfortunately there is no locker or cloakroom provision available for visitors at the present time.

The gallery café, Ambulo, is open Tuesday-Sunday – for more information visit

You can get in touch with the Ambulo team at or 0114 278 2634

Sheffield Museums provides a welcoming and supportive environment for breastfeeding.

Food and drink is not permitted in the exhibition and collection galleries.

You'll find some of the best shopping in Sheffield at the Millennium Gallery.

If it’s a great gift you’re after, then the Millennium Gallery shop has just what you need, whatever your budget.

You’ll find everything from beautiful homeware to popular prints by city artists and jewellery hand-crafted by local makers.

Alongside design classics from David Mellor, there's also a wide range of Sheffield souvenirs and tasty treats made in the city, including  Sheffield Honey and local fave, Henderson’s Relish. 

Getting Around

  • The disabled parking spaces for blue badge holders on Surrey Street are currently unavailable due to maintenance work on the Central Library building. You can find the location of other disabled parking spaces in the city centre on the Sheffield City Council website
  • We welcome Assistance Dogs to the Millennium Gallery.
  • The Millennium Gallery has a fully accessible lift and is step free throughout.

 Sounds & Environment

  • Metalwork Collection displays - there is a film is on constant loop which includes loud sounds of machinery. There is also a spoon monster installation at the Winter Garden entrance which makes a loud sound at regular intervals.
  • Ruskin Collection displays - there is a large scale projection on the gallery wall and a short audio piece playing at regular intervals. The audio can be turned off on request – please speak to a member of staff or email
  • You’ll find captioning on our AV / films throughout the gallery

Exploring the museum

  • Large print 'Find out More' sheets are available in the exhibitions along with versions of all interpretation.
  • Our What's On guides and flyers are available in large print on request
  • Lower level interactives can be found in Metalwork and Ruskin galleries.
  • Bench seating is located in the gallery spaces and in the Avenue and folding stools are available on request.

Accessible Toilets

The accessible toilet is located on the ground floor.

The nearest Changing Places Toilet is located at the Crucible Theatre
55 Norfolk Street
S1 1DA
United Kingdom

The Crucible Theatre is located approx. 300m from the Millennium Gallery.

Contact Us

We want everyone to enjoy their visit to the Millennium Gallery. If you have any particular access requirements please get in touch and we'll be happy to help. You can email us at  


We are only able to welcome Assistance Dogs to Millennium Gallery.

We welcome handheld, non-flash photography for personal use whenever we can and ask visitors to respect artists’ copyright.

Photography may be restricted in certain exhibitions at the request of lenders, artists or exhibition partners. There will be signage in the part of the gallery where this applies.

Whether you'd like to do a workshop led by our staff or just bring your class to one of our sites, we’d love to welcome you – find out more about school visits here

We offer a wide range of guided tours, talks and workshops for group visitors. Whether you're an art society, luncheon club or ESOL class we can arrange a visit to suit your needs and give you a great day out. Find out more about group visits.

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