Millennium Gallery is an art gallery and museum located in the heart of Sheffield’s lively City Centre. It opened in 2001, and is part of Museums Sheffield which also includes Graves Gallery and Weston Park. It has two permanent collections and two temporary exhibition spaces. The permanent exhibitions are Ruskin Collection, which focuses on the interests of John Ruskin (1819 – 1900), and Metalwork Collection, an interesting insight into Sheffield-made cutlery, flatware and hollowware. As well as collections, the museum also holds events which encourage creativity and flair for every visitor. The incorporation of these events, such as craft club and life drawing, give families even more reason to come along. If you are looking to make a day trip here, then why not go for something to eat too? There are plenty of restaurants near Millennium Gallery that you can choose from. Being in the city centre means it’s in prime location for a lot of different cuisines, so you're sure to find something you like. The restaurant closest to Millennium Gallery is Piccolino, an authentic Italian restaurant that offers delicious food as well as fast and friendly service. A few more options are Sakushi, serving Japanese and fresh sushi, and Platillos, a tapas restaurant with a lot of character – all are within walking distance of Millennium Gallery. One of the most exciting aspects of Sheffield is the huge array of restaurants to choose from, and if you're heading to the museum then it’s the perfect excuse to try one of them if you haven't before, or go back to a place you know you enjoy. To make things simple for you, we've listed the restaurants nearby Millennium Gallery within a 15 mile radius, so you can decide on where you want to go, and even book it too if you'd like.