Saturday 14 December 2019 to Sunday 19 April 2020
The Loved&Lost project helps people engage with their loss and remember those who meant so much to them.
Beneath Your Feet: Cyprus - Island of Copper
Saturday 17 March 2018 to Sunday 19 July 2020
This display explores the fascinating archaeology of Cyrus, showcasing nearly 70 ancient Cypriot artefacts
Proud! Telling LGBT+ stories in Sheffield
Tuesday 1 October 2019 to Friday 31 July 2020
A display co-curated by LGBT+ people living in Sheffield to explore the city’s LGBT+ history and contemporary life.
Picturing Sheffield: What You Do With Days
Thursday 1 August 2019 to Tuesday 24 March 2020
What You Do With Days is a new book of poems by Sheffield-born poet, Michael Glover. This new small display presents these poems alongside photographs from the book by Mick Jones and Steven Kay.
What on Earth: Sorby Natural History Society Centenary Display
Monday 19 March 2018 to Thursday 31 October 2019
The Sorby display has been developed in conjunction with Sorby Natural History Society, to celebrate their centenary.
Discover a brand new art gallery for the museum packed with local scenes and views of Sheffield from the past 250 years.
What on Earth!
Explore the brand new additions joining Spike the Woolly Rhino and co. in the museum’s natural science showcase.
Beneath Your Feet
Unearth the remarkable stories behind the stars of the city’s collection in our new archaeology gallery.
Sheffield Life and Times
Discover some of Sheffield's fascinating stories, told from the point of view of people who’ve lived here
Sheffield Life & Times: Coming Home
Saturday 23 September 2017 to Saturday 31 August 2019
A new installation created in partnership with Ben’s Centre for Vulnerable People (Sheffield), exploring the work of the centre and the experiences of the people who use it.
Sheffield Life & Times: Lloyd Stewart
Saturday 2 March 2019 to Sunday 8 March 2020
This display showcases Sheffield bodybuilder Lloyd Stewart’s achievements through photographs, trophies, programmes, personal items from his archive, and a film about natural bodybuilding.
Joe Scarborough, Sheffield Through the Ages
Spanning an incredible 30 feet, this Joe Scarborough work took six years to complete and celebrates many familiar city sites, from the Tinsley Towers to the Town Hall.