ArchaeologySheffield's archaeology collections include material excavated from Sheffield and the Peak District region as well as objects from Ancient Egyptian, Roman and other non-British societies.
MetalworkSheffield's metalwork collection is one of the finest in the world. It contains the cutlery, flatware, tableware and personal objects that have made Sheffield famous, plus beautiful objects collected from every continent.
Natural ScienceSheffield's natural history collection contains over 120,000 biological specimens and boasts one of the best reference collections for British invertebrates in the country.
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Ruskin CollectionThe Ruskin Collection, also known as the Guild of St George Collection, was originally formed by the influential Victorian artist, writer and critic John Ruskin as an educational resource for the people of Sheffield. It was first displayed in the Museum of St George at Walkley in 1875.
Social HistoryThe Social History collections contain thousands of objects representing the everyday and exceptional lives of local people from around 1500 to the present day.
Visual ArtSheffield has a rich and varied collection of over 5,000 paintings, watercolours, prints, drawings, photographs and sculpture that portray the development of British and European art from the 17th century to the present day.
World CulturesA collection of around 2,000 objects reflecting the historical links between Sheffield, Africa, Asia, the Americas and the Pacific.