Flowerbeds in Firth Park

Established in 1875, the park gave its name to the Firth Park social housing estate built in the 1920s and 1930s.


Admission and opening times

Firth Park is open at all times and there is no admission charge.


Features and facilities

Firth Park playground

  • swings
  • toddler climbing unit
  • springers and rope climbing unit
  • grass area for children to play 
  • seating and picnic benches

Parking

  • the car park is off Hucklow Road
  • disabled access parking at this entrance

Disabled facilities

  • car park
  • toilets in the cafe in the Firth Park First Start building

    First Start Centre

  • information and assistance
  • hub for the community and park visitors. 
  • reception for visitors
  • a cafe with toilets and meeting rooms for hire
  • children’s nursery on site
  • open seven days a week 
  • Cafe

  • Henry’s Café (in the Firth Park Sure Start building)
  • open Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm and Saturday 10am to 2pm, closed on Sunday
  • MUGA

  • a basketball court and posts
  • all-weather synthetic cricket wicket and nets

Getting to the park

Cycling

The park is a 30 minute cycle from the city centre.

Public transport

You can catch a bus from Sheffield Interchange which will get you to Firth Park Road in around 30 minutes.

About the landscape

The park occupies two long, roughly rectangular areas, with a total area of 15.2 hectares (37.6 acres) separated by Firth Park Road.

The park combines elements of the original pre-park landscape with modern day facilities. In character it varies greatly from woodland and streamside walks and open amenity grassland areas, to areas devoted to sports activities and the more formal setting of civic buildings.

The Clock Tower pavilion is a Grade II listed building.

Contact Parks and Countryside Service

Level 3, West Wing Moorfoot Building Sheffield

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