A cultural centre for videogames


Buy online (before 11pm the day before you visit) and get 50p discount on every ticket.

Adult: £11
Under 5s:


Late Night Fridays

14th December 2018: 12pm - 7pm

11th January 2019: 12pm - 7pm

15th February 2019: 12pm - 7pm

Term Time Opening

Friday: 12pm - 5pm

Saturday: 10am - 5pm

Sunday: 10am - 5pm


School Holiday Opening

During the school holidays in Sheffield we are open … ALL WEEK between 10am - 5pm \o/

Christmas - 24/12/2018 - 04/01/2019
(excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year’s Day)

Half Term - 18/02/2019 - 22/02/2019

Easter - 01/04/2019 - 12/04/2019

Spring Bank - 27/05/2019 - 31/05/2019

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Getting Here

Where to Park

If you park at NCP Hartshead Square it’s a 2 minute walk from the museum and we’re able to offer you 24 hour parking at £6.90. Ask at the box office for a car park validation ticket (subject to availability).

Public Transport

By Train - The NVM is a short 8 minute walk from the train station.

By Tram - Castle Square is the nearest tram stop to the NVM, it’s about a 30 second walk from the entrance.

By Bus - We’re right in Sheffield city centre so we’re easy to reach by bus use Travel South Yorkshire journey planner to help you get here


The National Videogame Museum
Castle House,
Angel Street,
S3 8LN

Email: hello@thenvm.org



The NVM has step-free access from Angel street, and is all on one floor, which means that the entire Museum is accessible to wheelchair users.

The museum is loud and it can be an overwhelming experience for those with sensory sensitivity - we’ll advertise times when we’ll turn the volume and the lights down - please keep an eye on our calendar.


Pixel Eats

When you need refuelling Pixel Eats has a selection of delicious bagels and toasties made with vegan bread supplied daily by Depot Bakery, cakes, hot drinks and fruit juice.