The Enid Hattersley Gallery houses a selection of Kelham Island's permanent collection. The gallery is also home to the 12,000hp River Don Engine, which you can see in steam at selected times.
Other notable exhibits include the Benjamin Huntsman Clock, Bramah Press, Crossley Gas Engine, Die-Sinkers and Cutlers Workshops, Grand Slam Bomb, Little Mesters Street, Melting Shop Play Area, Sheffield Floods, Town Guns, Armaments and War Memorials.
Normal admission charges apply.
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