St. Marie’s Cathedral offers equality of access for all visitors.

The main entrance is situated on Norfolk Row, just off Fargate in Sheffield City Centre. The automatic doors allow level access for wheelchair users.

Accessible lavatories and changing facilities are available for use during service times. These are situated on the Northern aspect of the Cathedral, through a large wooden door adjacent to the confessionals.

The Cathedral sound system operates with a hearing induction loop system for the benefit of visitors with hearing aids.

Cathedral bulletins are available in large print for those experiencing visual impairment.


There are ample car parking facilities in Sheffield City Centre. The closest geographical facilities to the Cathedral are on Arundel Gate, John Lewis car park on Barkers Pool, on Campo Lane and on Carver Lane. Please check current prices on-line, because they can vary hugely.

On nearby roads, there are disabled parking bays present on Norfolk Street (outside Head of Steam pub, and outside Victoria Hall Methodist Church), and on Surrey Street (outside The Graduate pub).

Public Transport

St. Marie’s Cathedral , in the heart of Sheffield City Centre, is easily accessible using public transport.

It is situated a 5-minute walk from Sheffield Interchange and 10 minutes from Sheffield Station. The nearest Tram stop is Sheffield City Hall, situated 5 minutes walk away.

Further details on planning your journey using public transport can be found here: