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Fun Activities For Two Friends (Age 26) In Sheffield?

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Me and my best friend usually buy eachother experiences for birthdays and im struggling to think of anything good! 
 

last year i got her the chocolate workshop experience At cocoa wonderland, we have done afternoon teas before, spa days, certain restaurants, days out at local heritage sights/national trust buildings. 
 

i was considering the Steel Cauldrons Wizard afternoon tea but wasnt sure about it. 
 

any ideas for cute days out? (Ideally without alcohol).

Ideally within sheffield/barnsley/rotherham or not too far (and in a covid friendly setting). 

Edited by Sheffbeth

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We did Axe Throwing on Rutland Road last year, great fun! Not sure if they'll be open at the moment though but can thoroughly recommend

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Jameson's Tea Rooms on Abbeydale Road.  Very popular. 

 

If your looking for something a bit smaller & quirky, Vintage Tea Room, further on Abbeydale Rd, just opposite Marden Rd. 

 

Of course, you better give each a ring to check the current opening situation?

Edited by Baron99

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How about a bus ride to Bakewell and hiring cycles on the Monsal trail. Do the trail and when you're back in Bakewell,  go for a nice lunch then bus back to Sheffield. 

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On 27/09/2020 at 23:20, bungleboy69 said:

How about a bus ride to Bakewell and hiring cycles on the Monsal trail. Do the trail and when you're back in Bakewell,  go for a nice lunch then bus back to Sheffield. 

You'd have to walk from Bakewell to Hassop (along the trail) before you can hire a bike. Pleasant walk if fine (about 30/40 min).

Also, there are tunnel maintenance works going on at the moment, so you can't cycle the full trail.

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