Sheffield Botanical Gardens (Sheffield) Reviews
Newest Review: ... areas, with excellent access to all areas, esp for the disabled. The driveway opens out into a medium sized lawned green area where numerous people tend to pause and breathe in the calming atmosphere. The tree lined paths are lit by sky light mottled by the emerald canopies high above your head. The gardens grower wider the higher you climb up the gentle slope, and around every corner there's another surprise in store for you. Whether it's the wonders of nature....squirrels feeding from your hand...or the beauty of landscaped gardens...or the poignant reminders of history like the statue of Queen Victoria, or the splendid structu... more
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by - written on 25/06/01, updated on 25/06/01 (Very useful, 160 readings)
The Sheffield Botanical Gardens have been hidden away from most sightseers and daytrippers who huslte and bustle past the hidden entrance just off Ecclesall Road on thier way out westwards towards the Peak District. As you travel along Ecclesall Road from the city centre out towards the suburbs, on the righthand side, just before the Tesco store set in Berkeley Shopping Precinct you'll find the grandeur iron gated bottom entrance to the most tranquil of green patches in Sheffield. Stretching over many many acres, hidden behind high walls and Victorian Terraced Villas, the Botanical Gardens is a host to an enormous variety of plants, flowers and ... Read the complete review
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