Travel & Transport2018-11-12T14:47:58+00:00

Travel and Transport

Located just outside of Sheffield city centre Bartolomé House enjoys good public transport links including bus and tram. If you are visiting Bartolomé House by bicycle we have sheltered bicycle parking facilities available.Your Content Goes Here

Where to Find Us

Bartolomé House is located on Winter st. Winter St is the main road to the rear of the Arts Tower. Have a look at the Google Map below for more detailed information about where we are.

Travelling to Bartolomé House

Click the + icon below to find out more information about travelling to Bartolomé House by car and public transport.

The Courtyard of Bartolome House is a category “B” car park, for which an appropriate pass is required. Please note that daily inspections are made by parking services and a penalty charge is imposed for non-permitted vehicles using the space. All vehicles using the car parks will need the appropriate permit, on display at all times.

If the visitor space in Bartolome House is unavailable, visitors can be directed to use Q-Park on Durham Road or Solly Street.

95 (First Mainline) Stops a few metres away from Bartolomé House.

51/52/52a (Stagecoach & First Mainline) The 51 & 52/52a stop across the road from the Arts Tower. From there it is a short walk to Bartolomé House. Alternatively you can get off the bus outside Sheffield Children’s’ Hospital and take a leisurely stroll through Western Park to Bartolomé House.

The Yellow and Blue Route Trams (Stagecoach) both stop at the University of Sheffield tramstop on Upper Hanover st. From here it is a short walk past the Information Commons and Arts Tower to Bartolomé House.

Sheffield has good cycling links throughout the city. The sheffield.gov website contains lots of information about cycling where you can also download maps of cycling routes for the city of Sheffield. Sheffield Cycle Routes  also contains lots of useful information about cycling in Sheffield

Sheltered bicycle parking is available for visitors who cycle to Bartolomé House.