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6 Things You Can Do This Weekend For The First Time This Year

Monday might not have brought Spring-time weather vibes but it sure did lift our spirits as the latest set of restrictions were eased. We no longer need an umbrella when we want a meal out or shiver with a pint in hand. Not only can we now go out to eat and drink indoors for the first time in months, we can also go and explore some other top attractions this weekend too.

Here’s 6 things we can do this weekend for the first time this year.

Visit The National Videogame Museum

Take the kids and relive your youth at The National Videogame Museum in Castlegate. See a journey through time with technology as this museum includes all your favourite videogame consoles from childhood to the latest games and the future.

Get your tickets here.

Drink at Nook The Bar

Nook The Bar is a small, unique drinking hole in a converted shipping container in Kelham Island. Enjoy a few drinks in an atmospheric, cosy bar where social distancing measures don’t kill the vibe.

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Check out The Millennium Gallery

The Millennium Gallery in Sheffield City Centre has been open since 2001. The gallery has two permanent exhibitions, Ruskin Collection and the Metalwork Collection as well as two temporary exhibitions, Cecil Beaton’s Bright Young Things and My Path Art by People in the Criminal Justice System.

Get your tickets here.

Bottomless Brunch at Firepit Rocks

Bottomless brunch, we’ve not said that for a long time! Firepit Rocks give you two hours to eat and drink as much as you can do so get on it!

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Catch a film at The Showroom

Film buff? The cinemas are back open and The Showroom is showing Oscar-winning films Nomadland and Judas and The Black Messiah as well as other films released over the last year whilst the cinema was closed.

Book tickets here.

Eat at Church

Church: Temple of Fun in Kelham is unlike anywhere else in the city (in the country, in Europe? We’re yet to come across anywhere else like it!). Their vegan menu doesn’t read like a vegan menu, it doesn’t taste like one either. You are in for a treat!

Book a table here.


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