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  • Heritage and parks

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    Our region is rich in industrial heritage and we are lucky enough to have so many green parks and spaces to visit. You can plan your day out there using our journey planner.

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    • Cannon Hall: Plan your visit there by bus (the 92A service runs to Cannon Hall).
    • Elsecar Heritage Centre: Plan your journey there or visit the Elsecar Heritage Centre website for information about the centre.
    • RSPB Old Moor Wetlands: Located in the heart of the Dearne Valley. Visit the RSPB website to find out more information.
    • Worsbrough Country Park (Worsborough Mill): 17th Century working water mill set in stunning parkland. 

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    • Brodsworth Hall and gardens: Located outside of Doncaster in the village of Brodsworth (DN5 7XJ), use journey planner to find bus services that are near to that area.
    • Elmfield Park: located just outside of the town centre and accessible by bus.
    • Yorkshire Wildlife Park: located at Branton, near Doncaster (DN4 6TB), plan your journey there by bus.
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    • Thrybergh Country Park: located outside of Rotherham in the surrounding countryside (S65 4NU) find out which buses take you near to the park on the Doncaster Road.
    • Ulley Country Park: located south of Rotherham (S26 3XL) find how to get there by bus.
    • Clifton Park: located in Rotherham town centre and easily accessible by bus and train.
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    Sheffield is one of England's greenest cities with a third of the city set within the Peak District national park. There are more than 250 parks, woodlands and gardens in the city, we have listed some of them below, use our journey planner to see the nearest bus stops for each one.

    • Bingham Park 
    • Endcliffe Park  
    • Graves Park 
    • Millhouses Park 
    • Sheffield Botanical Gardens 
    • Peace Gardens/Town Hall 
    • Norfolk Heritage Park 
    • Weston Park 
    • Sheffield Cathedral 
    • Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet 
    • Kelham Island Museum 


    Chatsworth and Peak District


    Chatsworth House is nestled in the Peak District near the village of Pilsley, you can catch the 218 bus service which takes you from Sheffield Interchange to Chatsworth itself. We also provide a full Derbyshire Peak District Guide which lists popular things to do and which services to catch to get there.


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