Get Here

Millhouses park is easy to find, located in the south west of Sheffield, adjacent to the Abbeydale Road South (A621).

By car

SatNav: You can use the postcode for the Wagon and Horses pub (S7 2QQ) to locate the park. Otherwise, from Sheffield City simply follow signposts for the A621 Bakewell.

For directions from elsewhere in the country, simply click ‘Directions’ on the googlemap link below and enter your postcode in the ‘from’ box.

There are Pay and Display car parks near each end of the park, and you can also park free of charge on Abbeydale Road South.

By bus

Millhouses Park is very well served by Sheffield’s SIMPLICITY network. First and Stagecoach both provide services to the park entrances.

In Sheffield City Centre, you can catch First services 97/98 from Waingate (by the market), High Street (outside TJ Hughes store/Nat West Bank), Pinstone Street (Peace Gardens), Charter Row (Debenhams) and Moorfoot, Cumberland Street. To download a timetable and route click this link: 97 98 Sheffield

Stagecoach service 87 from High Green and Lowedges stops at the Archer Road entrance to the park. To download a timetable and route click this link: 87 Sheffield (High Green – Lowedges)

Bus service 4 no longer serves Millhouses Park. This has been replaced by Stagecoach 83 which runs up to every 20 minutes from Ecclesfield via Southey Green, Shirecliffe, Burngreave, City (Leopold Street), Ecclesall Road and Hunters Bar. To download a timetable and route click this link: 83 Sheffield

For Visitors travelling from the Peak District, Service 218 provides a direct link to Millhouses Park from Matlock, Darley Dale, Bakewell and Baslow. For timetable and route click: 218 Sheffield

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By train

Dore railway station is about a mile from the park either on foot, or by buses 97/98 & 218 (use the stop on the opposite side of the road to the station).

Trains run to/from Sheffield, Grindleford, Hathersage, Bamford, Hope, Edale, Chinley, New Mills, (and Marple, Romiley, Bredbury, Reddish and Manchester Piccadilly, all in Greater Manchester.)

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Accessibility

Millhouses park is 100% accessible. Level entrances are located at The Mill Buildings, Cricket Ground, Play Area, Gardens, Boating Lake and at the Southern end of the Park. Those wishing level access from the bus stops on Archer Road should enter the park via The Mill Buildings entrance (approx 30 metres from the Archer Road entrance on Abbeydale Road).

All facilities in the park are accessible with level access. Of particular interest will be the new sensory garden and the formal gardens.

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