Norfolk Heritage Park

Norfolk Heritage Park

The Norfolk Heritage Park is located on Guildford Avenue close to the city centre of Sheffield, South Yorkshire. It is a Victorian park with an English Heritage Grade II star-listed landscape.

What is there to do at Norfolk Heritage Park?

The park is 28 acres in size and it is in a residential suburb. The estate is part of the former deer park that was associated with Sheffield Manor. The park runs annual events, including the popular Sheffield Fayre. There is a community building within the park that includes a cafe, creche and meeting rooms.

The park is one of the oldest in the country and new visitor facilities have been constructed since the early 2000s. There is a fun woodland play area with a swing, climbing boulder, zip line and a toddler climbing unit. Plus a family picnic and play area with swings, trampolines and musical instruments. Toddlers will love the bike track with road markings and earth mounds.

Sports facilities at the park include a football pitch, a sports pavilion, a multi-use games area and bowling greens. There are a number of entrances to the park with the main ones being off Granville Road, Norfolk Park Road and Guildford avenue.

Further Information Norfolk Heritage Park

Is there food and drink available?

There is a cafe in the park serving food and drinks.

What are the main things to do?

Park with play areas including woodland play, toddler bike track, football pitch, bowling greens and more. There are toilets and a cafe.

What are the ticket prices?

The park is free to visit.

Is there parking?

There are car parks.

When are they open?

Norfolk Heritage Park is open all year round.

Dog friendly?

Dogs are welcome in most areas of the park.

Are they accessible?

Information on accessibility

All Ages
Outdoor
Free, Great Outdoors, Outdoor Fun
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