The city centre of Sheffield is home to a wide variety of vibrant and very inspirational art galleries. At Enjoy Sheffield, we will take you to galleries of all sizes, right in the heart of the city!
The vibrant Millennium Gallery features some of the city’s most interesting exhibitions as well as ongoing exhibits that honour the region’s heritage and history.
The Graves Gallery, which is concealed above the Central Library, feels like a tucked away, hidden gem in Sheffield. However, it’s only right that we let you in on it with artwork by Bridget Riley, Marc Quinn, J.M.W. Turner, Grayson Perry, and Sam Taylor-Wood, as well as excellent temporary exhibitions.
APG Works is a screen print workshop, gallery, and frame store is full of charm with its murals at its entrance and its colourful courtyard. Some of Sheffield’s top graphic artists collaborate here with print maestro Rupert Wood.
Located on Eyre Street, BLOC Projects gallery has been a big part of Sheffield’s contemporary art scene for almost 20 years.
At Yorkshire Artspace, more than a hundred artists have established artwork here. Its two locations transform into galleries once a year for Open Studios weekend, a great chance to look inside the studios of some of Sheffield’s creative residents.
Located on the Park Hill estate is S1 Artspace, which is an artist-run gallery that offers one of Sheffield’s most intriguing contemporary art programmes.
DINA is a café and arts centre that is inventive, artistic, and progressive. Focusing on fostering talent and providing a platform for underrepresented perspectives, private events and exhibits.
We hope you found our article on our favourite art galleries in Sheffield helpful and we’re sure you’ll enjoy visiting them! Find out more about the city right here at Enjoy Sheffield!