Facilities & access at the Graves Gallery
Due to its city centre location, there is no dedicated car parking at the Graves Gallery. The closest car park is the NCP on Arundel Gate, approximately 200 metres away. Limited disabled parking spaces are available for blue badge holders in Surrey Street, just outside the main entrance to the Library and Graves Gallery.
The Graves Gallery was built in the 1930’s and as a result wheelchair access is not ideal. Please use the entrance to the Library and Graves Gallery on Arundel Gate, where the Library porters will assist you in accessing the Gallery on the 5th floor via the lift.
Ladies toilets are located just outside the entrance to the Gallery – gents toilets are located just inside. Disabled access toilets are available via the Library. Unfortunately there are no baby changing facilities at the Graves Gallery.
The Gallery currently has no cloakroom, lockers, or buggy storage.
We welcome guide and hearing dogs only to the Gallery.
Seating is available throughout most sections of the Graves Gallery.
Museums Sheffield provides a welcoming and supportive environment for breastfeeding mothers.
The Graves Café
The Graves Gallery Café is currently closed for essential maintenance.
We’re sorry you aren’t able to visit – we’re working with the building’s owners, Sheffield City Council, to reopen the café as soon as possible.
BSL interpreted talks
Some of our exhibition-related talks are interepreted in British Sign Language. These are mentioned in the details of events in the What’s On section here.