Welcome to Tapton Hall
Blending history, elegance, fine food & first-class service in a beautiful setting.
Tapton Hall is a multifunction venue and first class restaurant. The hall specialises in hosting weddings, celebrations and corporate events of all kinds.
Nestled away in the trees above Fulwood Road, Tapton Hall blends the finest Sheffield traditions with modern facilities, extensive on site parking and delightful surroundings.
We believe that delicious food, good service and a warm, welcoming atmosphere is at the heart of any event, making Tapton Hall the ideal venue for weddings, meetings and celebrations of any kind.
A Truly Historic Setting
For centuries, the house has been an integral part of the Sheffield landscape. Tapton Hall’s distinguished history has seen it serve as a home to great names and bear witness to great events.
The building has been woven into the history of Sheffield since the eighteenth century. Tapton Lodge was the home of the Shore family. Mary Shore was the grandmother of Florence Nightingale who was accustomed to visiting the house.
In 1855, the Sheffield steel master Edward Vickers, built Tapton Hall on the same site and later, in 1867 it became the home of George Wilson, the famous Snuff manufacturer.
By 1965 the Sheffield Masonic Hall Company had acquired the house, completely refurbished it, and in 1967 added the architect designed extension with its distinctive custom sculpted entrance facade.