Through a study of the Chapel imagery we can learn much of Christian Sainthood, the sacrifice of soldiers in war for their country and the fortitude of the survivors and the civilian population.
Dedicated service to the Crown, a captive Cardinal, a captive Queen, monumental sculptures, the growth of the Cutlery industry, even an unsolved mystery of a burial vault - find out the interwoven history of this powerful family dynasty and Sheffield.
Discover the fascinating story of this trust, founded by Queen Mary Tudor in 1554, and still serving the city today.
An opportunity to visit the Chapter House, to see the unique stained glass windows by Christopher Webb, and to share in Sheffield’s story of 1000 years of faith and history.
A walk and talk around some of the Cathedral’s beautiful stained glass windows.
Learn about the challenges of treating these soldiers in the city’s hospitals and how this experience benefitted the civilian population of the city after the war.
Find out what really happened to Mary in her captivity years in this journey around the places she was held captive.
Discover the fascinating stories of some of the cemetery’s 87,000 residents in this hidden Victorian landscape.
Discover a Captive Queen, the Talbot dogs, Sheffield cutlery and a heady mix of Tudor politics and religion in the Shrewsbury family Chapel.
A behind-the-scenes look at the story of Sheffield as told by the beautiful stained glass windows of the Cathedral Chapter House.
Explore the cathedral graveyard, meet some of its fascinating residents and discover how the area has changed over the centuries.
Join us for an evening of history, drama and live music in the magnificent surroundings of Sheffield Cathedral. Featuring a talk by David Templeman on the Life of Lady Arbella Stuart.
Our biggest family-friendly heritage event of the year! With living history displays, re-enactments and characters from Sheffield’s Medieval and Tudor past, there’s a day full of fun lined up for everyone.
Sheffield Cathedral is delighted to be working in partnership with Green Estate to present ‘Before the Smoke’, a Heritage Tour which begins at Sheffield Cathedral, Sheffield’s oldest building still in daily use.