Visit one of the oldest and most charming timber-framed houses in Sheffield. Step into this 16th century home and learn about the owners, who were two brothers and who both became Bishops, hence the name of the house.
Walk around the dining room and bedroom, beautifully and simply set out in Jacobean style, and get a glimpse into the past. While you are there, look up and see the amazing old oak beams. Also take a note of the interesting plasterwork in this Grade II listed building.
There are lots of fascinating items you can view (and read about)in this house, all relating to the history of the house and how life was in the 16th & 17th centuries.
Take a seat on one of the old chairs and soak in the atmosphere of this beautiful building.
Friendly staff are always around and more than willing to talk about the history of the house!
open all year round, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 4pm. Please check their wbsite before your planned visit as the house is very occasionally closed for part of the day, e.g. due to weddings.
Costs: Free Admission