The grounds at Park Hill are open to the public. You are welcome to visit and have a look around. Be mindful that this is a residential estate so please respect our community and keep noise to a minimum. Also note that the ‘Streets in the sky‘ are accessible to residents only. We take security seriously at Park Hill so please do not follow residents into the building or ask for them to let you in.
How to find us
We recommend travelling here by public transport. Park Hill is conveniently located a short 5 – 10 minute walk through South Street Park from Sheffield railway station (which is also the nearest tram stop). Sheffield bus station is a similar distance across Sheaf Street, which can be crossed by footbridge. A number of bus services also stop locally on either Duke Street or Talbot Street. National Cycle Routes 6 and 627 pass close to Park Hill.
Step-free routes to Park Hill are marked on the map. Take care when crossing the tram lines. All access points to the estate are step-free with the exception of the western pedestrian path off Talbot Street.
The main drop off point is at the ’The Cut’ at the end of South Street. The northern end of South Street is a restricted zone, therefore no on-street parking is permitted.
Pay and display parking is available on site and can be accessed from Duke Street. Tickets can be purchased at a machine or in advance online.
Bicycle stands to secure your bicycle are available adjacent to the Rhodes Street entrance to Béton House. The nearest alternative options are at Sheffield Railway Station or the entrance to Ponds Forge International Sports Centre.
What to see and do
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The largest listed building in Europe
Park Hill is internationally recognised as a building of outstanding architectural merit and social interest with a Grade II* listing. Comprising nearly 1,000 flats and set on 32 acres, Park Hill is Europe’s largest listed building.
Park Hill has been used as a brutalist canvas for many forms of projection, painting, performance, cinematic and Street Art. Around the perimeter of the Estate, you can see vibrant installations by Kid Acne and Gary Hindley, as well as lesser-known street artists who use Park Hill as a medium for creative expression.
Stop for refreshments during your visit at the popular South Street Kitchen. Indoor and outdoor seating available.
Photo credit: South Street Kitchen
Explore the wider neighbourhood
Park Hill adjoins Sheaf Valley Park and you can see remnants of the original cobbled streets that ran between the Victorian row houses that Park Hill ultimately replaced. Don’t miss the panoramic views of the city and beyond from the Steel Steps and Amphitheatre! The Norfolk Heritage Trail passes nearby, along which you can explore centuries of Sheffield history.
Take a stroll through Park Square to Victoria Quays, or walk along the River Don to Kelham Island, or embark on the Seven Weirs Walk towards Meadowhall.
Tell others about your visit
Don’t forget to share photographs from your visit on social media. #parkhillsheffield #parkhillflats #loveparkhill
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Photo credit: Tracy Le Blanc from Pexels
Park Hill scale model
Look out for the Park Hill sales office located at ‘The Cut’ and its impressive scale model of the estate as envisaged when the redevelopment is fully complete.
Unfortunately, regular, scheduled tours of Park Hill are not offered at this time. However, group tours, accompanied by a resident, can be arranged on request by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Park Hill is a popular backdrop for filming and has hosted TV, movie and music video recordings. If you wish to undertake commercial recording at the estate, please contact email@example.com. A donation to the Park Hill Residents Association is encouraged, to support the local community that will accommodate you.