Dronfield is close to a diverse collection of Derbyshire’s attractions. Beauchief Abbey and the Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet are two of the popular sights here, adored by locals and visitors alike. Two more worthwhile attractions that are located within a short distance of Dronfield are Millhouses Park and Endcliffe Park.
Those interested in exhibits and shows will find some interesting cultural attractions in and around Dronfield. There are many excellent places to take the family for a morning including Millenium Galleries in Sheffield, the Weston Park Museum and the National Centre for Popular Music. To catch home-grown and touring acts, reserve seats at the Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield and the Crucible Theatre, one of the area’s most popular concert venues. Popular galleries, include Site Gallery in Sheffield, Ruskin Gallery and the Graves Art Gallery.
If the sun is shining get into the great outdoors and appreciate the nearby green spaces. On a sunny day, visit Bingham Park in Sheffield and the Sheffield Botanical Gardens, one of the places where you can enjoy some time outdoors.
To browse through stores or enjoy a light meal, set out to visit Chesterfield Market in Chesterfield.
Come see much-loved sporting heroes, the Sheffield United FC, do battle in the nearby Bramall Lane, Sheffield. On game days the area around the stadium becomes a sea of red, white and black, as soccer fans join together to cheer on their home-grown heroes.
Finding somewhere convenient to unpack your bags in the Dronfield area is a breeze. The Jurys Inn Sheffield, the Copthorne Hotel Sheffield and the Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel and Spa are just some of the best places to find a warm welcome and a good night’s rest.