Sheffield Botanical Gardens are a set of botanical gardens situated in Sheffield, England. The gardens were designed by Robert Marnock and first opened in 1836. In the gardens there are 5,000 different species of plant, making for a beautiful picturesque place. It is a great place to learn about plant species or to enjoy a relaxing stroll. The glass pavilions in the gardens are Grade II listed buildings.
The gardens are situated to the west of the city centre. If travelling by car, there is onsite parking available. The 6, 10a, 181, 271 and 952 buses all stop at the gardens.
Opening Times and Admission
In the summer the gardens are open daily, 8 am till dusk. In the winter the gardens are also open daily, 8am-4pm. Admission is free.