Sheffield is one of the largest cities in the North of England and as a result, attracts millions of passers by every year. After all, the South Yorkshire “Steel City” is just a stone’s throw from the Midlands and borders a plethora of different counties. This means it is also just a short drive from many of National Archery’s leading locations, so you are never too far from an action fix when you’re in Sheffield.
Closest to the city is our Worksop archery range. Here, it doesn’t matter if you’re a complete beginner or an archer with skills to rival those of Robin Hood; with our expert tuition, you’ll be hitting all the targets in no time. With a wide range of targets to put your skills to the test, a visit to our awesome activity centre guarantees an exhilarating day out. Leave the city behind and try your hand at this archery challenge.
Speaking of Robin Hood, there is no better place to follow in his footsteps than in his old Sherwood Forest stomping ground. Just outside of this iconic location, you can find our wonderful Budby site, where your accuracy and shooting skills will be put to the ultimate test. After all, if you really want to unleash your inner Robin Hood, you’ll need to push your archery skills beyond their limits. With the help of our trained experts, that couldn’t be made any easier.
But if you don’t want to experience any of these old school thrills, we have a new twist on one of the oldest sports in the world ready for you to take part in. Our combat archery location in the heart of Sheffield, combines the bow and arrow thrills with a Hunger Games style last man standing competition. This isn’t a fight to the death though- with our specially designed foam arrows, it doesn’t kill to get knocked out of this competition. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t an intense challenge, trying to stay in the game until the end!
With all of these brilliant locations either in Sheffield or just minutes away, it's never been easier to book an archery adventure that really hits the target. Book with National Archery today and get on down here.