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The examples of Street Art shown on this site are spread over quite a wide area of Sheffield, as you can see on this Google map. It is difficult to visit them all in a day unless you have your own transport. They are all accessible by public transport and this information will be provided gradually but is not fully available at present. There are a number of sites close enough together to suggest three walks depending on how much time you have to spare.
Walk 1 takes in eleven sites and lasts around one hour depending on how long you spend looking at and/or photographing the artworks/graffiti. However, there are plenty of cafés, restaurants, pubs and takeaways along London Road to refresh yourself. There is quite a variety of work here, from the full gable-end mural at Holland Road to the latest from graffiti artists at Mount Pleasant Park.
The artwork/graffiti at Mount Pleasant Park changes from time to time, especially at each Sharrow Festival, as crews from various parts of the country are invited to perform there with local writers to produce new work. So it's worth more than one visit.
You can preview this walk by linking to Sheffield Street Art - Walk 1
Walk 2 has been substantially revised from 25 May 2013 due to the demolition at Rockingham Gate and Rockingham Way, and the addition of new artworks.
Commencing at the Millennium Gallery and going through the Cultural Quarter, this walk has 17 sites, some of Monumental proportions. Walk 2 is 1533 metres long and should take around 25 minutes.
You can preview this walk by linking to Sheffield Street Art - Walk 2
Walk 3 is the shortest, taking around 10 minutes. It is based around Devonshire Street with the added attraction of the Devonshire Green Skate Park. Again, there are plenty of watering holes along this caravan route.
You can preview this walk by linking to Sheffield Street Art - Walk 3