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We are a small charity run by our Board of Trustees and an outstanding group of volunteers to provide you with the full facilities of our museum.
Our museum was opened to the public on 13th August 2022 by our Chairman James Hogg and by Member of Parliament Gill Furniss.
We have something to offer to children of all ages. Come learn about the exciting history of the natural world and explore what the collection has to offer.
Not only are we a repository of natural history specimens, we also actively research the collection. Additionally, we provide visiting academics free access to the collection in the pursuit of advancing the sphere of knowledge.
An incredible space to explore and view the wonders of the natural world
Our dedicated space to pursue scientific advancement and achieve our conservation goals
An environmentally friendly café with an exclusively vegetarian & vegan menu
More specifically our address is:
149 Holme Lane,
We are a 5 minute walk from the historic Rivelin Valley Park and next to the river Loxley, a known fossil hunting locality for Carboniferous fossils.
Malin Bridge Park and Ride Car Park (2-minute walk)
Park and ride is available at Halfway, Middleton, and Meadowhall.
Towsure Car Park (2-minute walk)
On-Road Parking for 2 Hours (<1-minute walk)
Malin Bridge Tram Stop (2-minute walk)
Hillsborough Tram Stop (5-minute walk)
Both Blue Line and Yellow Line are Accessible
Holme Lane/Loxley New Road Stop (2-minute walk)
81 and 82 calls at the City Centre every 30 minutes
61 and 62 calls at Stannington and Bradfield every hour