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About

Introducing Museums Sheffield
Museums Sheffield is the charitable Trust responsible for three of the city’s museums and galleries: Millennium Gallery, Weston Park Museum and Graves Gallery

Our vision is providing inspirational museums and galleries where people can reflect upon the past, question the present and imagine the future.

Our mission is to connect with our visitors, share stories about Sheffield and the wider world, and care for the city’s collections

You can connect with us in lots of ways. Through our museums, through our exhibitions and events, when we’re out and about and right here on our website. Jump in. Discover something new about our great city.


Caring for Sheffield's Collections
Many of the city’s treasures have been entrusted to us for safekeeping and conservation, from weird and wonderful natural history specimens to priceless art and antiques. Sheffield is the home of metalworking, so naturally our metalwork collection is amongst the finest on the globe. Other strengths include our 20th Century British Art collection, and the recently re-displayed Ruskin Collection. Click here to search our collections online.


More about us
To learn more about what we do download our most recent annual review

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  • William John Stevenson, River Don at Wardsend, Sheffield, 1875 © Museums Sheffield
  • Unknown artist, View of Sheffield from Sharrow Moor, c1838 © Museums Sheffield
  • Thomas Creswick, Hillsborough, Sheffield, c19th century © Museums Sheffield
  • Maurice de Sausmarez, Lodge Moor in the Evening, Sheffield, 1941 © the artist's estate
  • Mandy Payne, Paradise Lost © the artist
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