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Hillsborough Park

Hillsborough Park is located approximately 3 miles north-west of Sheffield city centre, off the A61 Penistone Road.  It is 20 hectares.

Most of the site was acquired from the Dixon family by 1897, with Hillsborough Hall following in 1903.
 

Special designations

  • Conservation area

  • Grade II listed buildings and structures

  • City Park

  • Local Register - Historic parks and gardens
     

Facilities and features

Regeneration

Recent work has included rebuilding and extending the pavilion, extending the playground and creating a 'figure of eight' jogging and activities track within the park.   These improvements were funded mainly through the Active England project.
 

Access

Cars

There is a large car park within the park accessed from Parkside Road. (The car park is closed to the general public when Sheffield Wednesday have a home fixture.)

Tram

Hillsborough Park Tram Stop is on the yellow route to Middlewood.

Bus

Hillsborough Park is served by several bus routes, with the most frequent being the 20 and 53 First Mainline services.

Route 20 runs past the park on Middlewood Road, while the 53 route follows Penistone Road.

Further information on trams and buses is available from Travel South Yorkshire.
 

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  • Modified: Jun 10, 2015 1:33:39 PM