Getting here

Public transport

TravelMaster

City Bus - Enjoy unlimited travel on any bus anywhere in Sheffield, for one day, seven days or 28 days no matter which operator runs it.

CityWide - Enjoy unlimited travel on any bus and all trams anywhere in Sheffield for one day, seven days or 28 days no matter which operator runs it.

SYConnect - Enjoy unlimited travel on any bus, and all trams, anywhere in South Yorkshire for one day, seven days, or 28 days year no matter which operator runs it.

SYConnect + - Enjoy unlimited travel on any bus, all trams and trains, anywhere in South Yorkshire for one day, seven days, or 28 days no matter which operator runs it.

Get About – Young people aged between five to 18, (valid with a MegaTravel or 16-18 pass) can enjoy unlimited travel on any bus and all trams anywhere in South Yorkshire.

Get About+ - Young people aged between five to 18, (valid with a MegaTravel or 16-18 pass) can enjoy unlimited travel on any bus, all trams and trains anywhere in South Yorkshire.

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First Bus

The FirstDay Group ticket lets up to five people (maximum of two adults) travel all day together on First buses throughout South Yorkshire for £9. Download the First ticket app to buy in advance.

Stagecoach bus

Stagecoach offer Five for a Fiver deal on weekends and bank holidays, allowing for a group of up to five people to travel all day for just a fiver.

The Stagecoach Family Explorer ticket allows for a family of up to five (two adults, three children) to travel on Stagecoach buses all day throughout South and West Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire for just £11.

Supertram

The Supertram family ticket allows for unlimited travel on Supertram for up to two adults and three children under 16 all day for £9.

To plan your journey to the Sheffield Bricktropolis by public transport, head to the Travel South Yorkshire website.

City Taxis

City Taxis is the UK's 3rd largest independent taxi provider operating a local taxi service in Sheffield. To book your journey call 0114 239 39 39, download the City Taxis app here or visit the website here.

Cycling

For those wanting to travel around by bike, head to Sheffield City Council's website for details of cycle routes. Need a bike? You can hire a bike from Russell’s Bike Shed at Sheffield Train Station from £5 a day. Find more details on the website.

Car parks

There are plenty of parking options when visiting the city centre

Q-Park offers several sites in and around the city centre. Handy locations include Sheffield Station, Charles Street, Rockingham Street, Durham Road, Riverside and Castlegate.

You can pre-book parking at NCP who have many centrally located sites. Choose from the wonderfully named Blonk Street car park to the north of Park Square, to the convenience of Sidney Street and Wellington Street car parks right in the heart of the city. Find out more about NCP car parks.

APCOA operate the multi-storey car park at The Moor. Park in an APCOA car park on Saturday or Sunday for up to 4 hours for £2.90. To take advantage of the offer, park up then visit any of the pay stations at the end of your stay to get this discounted rate.

To find out more about Council operated car parks and on-street parking please visit Sheffield City Council's website.

Find car parking spaces in Sheffield City Centre using Parkopedia

Park and ride

Prefer to park and ride? Details of the park and ride sites serving Sheffield can be found here.