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Four young children in the museum's shop recreation, one smiling and leaning against a glass counter. There are plastic meat products in trays in the foreground with sausages and legs of meat hanging down with a background of  blue and white patterned tiles. Four young children in the museum's shop recreation, one smiling and leaning against a glass counter. There are plastic meat products in trays in the foreground with sausages and legs of meat hanging down with a background of  blue and white patterned tiles.

© Andy Brown

© Andy Brown

Burton’s Butcher’s Shop

Continuing Display

Weston Park Museum

The Burton family served the people of Attercliffe and Carbrook for almost 100 years. The area was a major centre for steelmaking and home to thousands of families.

 

One of the visitor favourites at the museum, this recreation in the Sheffield Life & Times gallery gives a sense of what the what the shop looked like before it closed in 1985.

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Opening Times

Tue–Sat 10am–4pm | Sun 11am–4pm

Weston Park Museum

Western Bank

Sheffield

S10 2TP

Burton’s Butcher’s Shop

© Andy Brown

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