K is for… Kelham Island

Tuesday March 27, 4.15pm
You have to know about Sheffield’s past to understand its future – and there’s no better place to do it than Kelham Island Museum. Here you can learn what it was like to live and work in Sheffield during the Industrial Revolution and follow the growth of the city through the Victorian Era and two world wars. Sheffield’s called the Steel City for a reason, here you’ll find out why. There’s also everything from info on the two Sheffield floods through to Little Mesters working in a reconstructed Victorian street. Lovely place to spend an hour or so. Just time left to squeeze out the last drops of sunshine at…

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