Step into the heart of Rotherham’s featuring a range of shops, cafes and heritage buildings.
The Minster Church of All Saints' Rotherham has been a site of Christian worship for over 1,000 years. The Minster is a Grade 1 listed building and the current building is in the gothic style.
The Minster has nearly forty windows, many of which have stained glass. Glass in some of the notable windows, including the Great West Window, date back to 1884 by Clayton & Bell.
The Minster is open for services and private prayer throughout the week. Find out more about the Minster on its dedicated website.
Rotherham’s High Street is home to a selection of independent and mainstream shops and cafes. Here you will be able to find unique gifts and enjoy a range of delicious food and drink from across the globe.
Chapel on the Bridge
The Chapel of Our Lady on the Bridge was built in 1483 as part of the bridge across the River Don. Throughout its long life, it has been a chapel, an alms-house, a dwelling for the Deputy Constable and a jail, a tobacconist shop before being returned to a chapel.
The Chapel hosts monthly open days and is open very Tuesday at 11am for Holy Communion.