Bishops' House is re-opening on Sunday 4th July 2021!
For more information, including how to book your visit, please click 'check opening times' below.
Captain Blythe’s chimneypiece has been located and returned to Bishops’ House!
Removed from Bishops’ House in 1885, the long-lost and beautiful carved oak fireplace was last seen in Sheffield at auction in 1922.
Once a yeoman’s farm surrounded by fields, today Bishops’ House is one of the region’s architectural treasures, open as a museum and hosting regular events, weddings and school visits. Bishops’ House is kept open to the public by The Friends of Bishops’ House, working in partnership with Sheffield City Council who own and maintain the building, and Museums Sheffield who curate most of the items on display.