Welcome to Rotherham Town Centre

We have many local businesses in town offering different products and services, along with historical sites well worth a visit.

The Ministry Of Treats

Local Tradtional Sweet shop, offering Pic & Mix of old fashioned british sweets, From Bon Bons & Yorkshire Mixtures to Kop Kops & Mints.

Location: Imperial Buildings, High Street Rotherham. Less than 5mins from the Hotel

Miele Delicatessen

This little shop on the hight street are an Italian delicatessen and coffee bar specializing in continental cheese and salamis.

Location: Across the road from the bottom gate to the high street

    Junk 2 Treasure

    These guys offer a range of eco friendly alternatives for household, personal hygiene , gift and toy products as well as stock products from local artisan producers and artists, including our in-house Certified Powertex Tutor. We also offer a range of art and craft workshops, all of which include some element of reuse and upcycling.

    Rotherham Minster

    More commonly known as Rotherham Minster, the Minster Parish Church has stood at the heart of Rotherham town centre for over a thousand years.

    Today it is a place of regular Christian worship, quiet contemplation, musical excellence, and a hub of community activity.

    The Minster is an architecturally outstanding, Grade 1 listed, building that speaks of permanence and hope and is by far the most prominent building in the town centre, where it has become adopted as an icon.

    Located: Across from the imperial Buildings

    Chapel On The Bridge

    Welcome to the best of only four surviving medieval bridge chapels in the country, it has enjoyed a long and chequered history, and is truly a hidden gem right in the heart of Rotherham.
    Opening times vary, check website for details

    Location: across from Rotherham Train Station

    Forge Island

    Coming Soon to Rotherham 2024

    New York Stadium

    The New York Stadium (known as the AESSEAL New York Stadium for sponsorship purposes) is a football stadium in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England. Opened in July 2012, it is the home ground of Rotherham United.

    Historically the land that the stadium is situated on was called New York and is referenced in many maps up to around the 1980s, although it is said that the name is inspired by the Guest and Chrimes company which previously occupied the site for nearly 150 years. Guest and Chrimes manufactured a brass stop tap that was and still is in use in many fire hydrants worldwide, many hydrant covers have the foundry's name on them along with the towns name, the stop taps are also said to be used in the famous red fire hydrants of New York City.

    Grimm & Co.

    Grimm & Co is a registered charity and our core purpose is to change lives one story at a time. We support under-resourced children and young people aged 0 to 18 with their confidence and skills around creativity and writing.

    Recently Graham Grimm made the groundbreaking decision to make our Rotherham apothecary visible to all beings (including mortals),