Things to do

With famous places of interest and some fantastic hidden gems visitors to Barnsley won’t be short of things to do. Visitors can watch a performance at the Lamproom Theatre, view fine art at the Cooper Gallery or take a step back in time at the majestic Cannon Hall Museum.

With a cosmopolitan mix of cafés and theatres, art galleries and museums including the new Experience Barnsley Museum, an engaging museum about Barnsley created by the people of Barnsley, Barnsley has an excellent offering when it comes to culture.

Barnsley town centre is packed full of independent shops, high street stores and is home to one of the best markets in South Yorkshire. Venturing further into the outskirts of the town and its neighbouring villages visitors will discover hidden hamlets with excellent shopping opportunities and farm shops stocked with exceptional local produce.

Bordering onto the Peak District Barnsley has some enchanting outdoor spaces. Why not spend a quiet afternoon at Monk Bretton Priory, explore the extraordinary Yorkshire Sculpture Park, stroll through the landscaped gardens at Wentworth Castle or cycle along the Trans Pennine Trail. Children will enjoy a family outing to Cannon Hall Farm to meet the animals and play on the adventure playground.

Visitors to Barnsley will enjoy a warm welcome, have fantastic experiences and create magical memories.

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North Sheffield

East Peak

East Peak Innovation Partnership (EPIP) Town Hall House, Shrewsbury Road, Penistone , S36 6DY

T: 01226 763 373

The East Peak area covers Penistone and District, North Sheffield and the parishes of Denby Dale and Kirkburton.

Transpennine Trail

Trans Pennine Trail

With over 215 miles of trail to explore the Trans Pennine Trail is an exciting route for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

William & Julia Shaw Jewellers

55 High Street, Dodworth, Barnsley , S75 3RG

T: 01226 245375

Family run jewellers established in 1988, specialists in bespoke wedding and engagement rings. Store comprises a showroom displaying the latest designer collections with an on-site workshop offering a manufacture and repairs service.

Barnsley

Tyke Racing

Beevor Street, Hoyle Mill, Barnsley, South Yorkshire , S71 1HN

T: 01226 734 444

Tyke Racing is bringing all the excitement and adrenaline of go-karting to Barnsley for the first time.

Worsbrough

Worsbrough Mill

Worsbrough Mill Museum and Country Park Worsbrough Bridge Barnsley , S70 5LJ

T: 01226 774527

Worsbrough Mill is a 17th century working water mill set in 240 acres of tranquil Country Park. With a café and shop onsite, it is an excellent day out.

East Peak Innovation Partnership

12 St Mary’s Street, Penistone, Sheffield. , S36 6DT

T: 01226 763201

The EPIP LEADER Programme 2015-2019 has £1.347m funding available over 4 years. All projects supported must have a strong emphasis on economic growth and job creation and directly support the rural economy or contribute significantly to improving the local rural economy and be based within the EPIP LEADER area.  For further information see www.epip.org.uk

Elsecar

Elsecar Heritage Centre

Elsecar Heritage Centre Wath Road Elsecar Barnsley , S74 8HJ

T: 01226 740203

18th century industrial village with workshops, galleries, cafes and the world renowned Newcomen beam engine. A great day out for the whole family.

Cannon Hall Farm

Bark House Lane, Cawthorne, Barnsley, , S75 4AT

T: 01226 790427

Cannon Hall Farm is an award winning, family run attraction sitting in the beautiful Pennine foothills.

Team Activ

Digital Media Centre, County Way, Barnsley , S70 2JW

T: 01226 720 700

Team Activ are award winning specialists in the design, delivery and management of innovative activities to improve personal health & wellbeing, team performance and build new networks.

Stainborough

Wentworth Castle Gardens

Wentworth Castle Gardens & Stainborough Park Lowe Lane Stainborough Barnsley , S75 3EN

T: 01226 776040

Heritage gardens and extensive deer park - open year round with café and gift shop. Gardens have interest in every season, romantic follies and fabulous views, plus miles of country paths. Dogs welcome on leads in deer park, but not in the Gardens.