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Families with children should visit Sheffield in July to get immersed in the Children’s University Festival of Fun. There are more than 40 exciting events from sports to arts aimed to encourage learning outside of the classroom. June–August is when the city’s open spaces are at their most beautiful. Sheffield Botanical Gardens are particularly stunning in bloom, and a perfect spot for a couples’ romantic stroll.The sun doesn’t have to be blazing in Sheffield to enjoy a holiday there. The city is packed with art galleries showing off local (and international) talent, and historical museums that educate and entertain while keeping you safe from the British winter weather.
Choose from hotels in St Paul’s for a family holiday. The National Videogame Museum is nearby, where you can explore the history of gaming, take in interactive exhibitions and play till your fingers hurt. Sheffield Cathedral is 10 minutes away – you can take a guided tour of its vivid stained-glass windows and intricately decorated arches.To make the most of the area’s parks and green spaces, a hotel in Fulwood is a wise idea. It’s a leafy environment on the valley of the Porter Brook river, featuring Whiteley Woods Park – which has a peaceful nature reserve – and Forge Dam where you can enjoy a riverside stroll passing by working museums and the popular Forge Dam Café.An active holiday for sporty types is best based out of hotels in Dore. It’s a stone’s throw from the Peak District, so there are running routes and hiking trails aplenty. Take on the Ashford Circuit (just over 10km), the Mam Tor (just over 12km) or the strenuous White Peak Challenge, a 42.4km route with rewarding hilly views.Couples can enjoy Sheffield from a hotel in Ecclesall. This quirky part of the city is perfect for a stroll to enjoy dusty second-hand bookshops, the picturesque Sunnybank Nature Reserve, local hospitality at one of the many cafes, and the annual Duck Race at Endcliffe Park.Hotels in Crookes are encircled by Sheffield’s peaceful suburbs and dog walker trails. Hike up Bole Hill for a view of the city and check out the local folk music scene – most pubs have a healthy traditional atmosphere.

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