Many people have fond momories of the park and the water features that it once boasted. This included an outdoor swimming and paddling pool. The park was reinvigorated in 2010 thanks to the hard work of the Friends of Millhouses Park.
This photograph was taken in 1958 at the paddling pool. The River Sheaf ran through the pool which people enjoyed throughout the decades. Finally in the 1990s, it was closed due to concern over the pollution in the river.
In June 2010, this is what the former paddling pool now looks like. John Brighton, a member of Friends of Millhouses Park explains: "This has been designed to recreate a natural part of the river which will attract trout."
Pictured on the right hand-side of this photo is Ecclesall corn mill which was built in the 12th Century. The Friends of Millhouses Park have requested a grant through Heritage Lottery to bring this disused property back to life.
Millhouses Corn Mill drawn on June 1893. Parts of the old corn mill from which Millhouses gets its name, can still be seen today.
A new £350,000 water play facility in Millhouses Park is open and includes dams, pumps, Archimedes Screw and a water scoop. The project was completed after financial backing from various companies and the Council. So how do you make the water come splash?
If you jump on the steel button, water will squirt from under the ground. Much to the joy of 11-month old Ben!
Children enjoy the Splash water play area during a sunny school holiday in Sheffield. John Brighton from the Friends of Millhouses Park Group said: "It is everything that you could ever wish for in Millhouses Park."
An archive photograph of Millhouses' infamous Lido. Photo courtesy of Picture Sheffield.
The Sensory Garden is on the site where the old pavilion once stood. The garden was created by members of the community giving their time and energy, using locally grown plants.
A picture postcard from the 1960s. What does it look like in 2010? Take a look at the next photo...
Over 50 years later the bedding areas have remained the same, although the trees have grown covering the new Splash water park and recreational play area where the Lido once was.
Sheffield artist Joe Scarborough, painted a picture of Millhouses Park in 2004. The painting is called 'Summer of 74'. Prints are available to buy at the cafe based in the park.
An archive photograph of Millhouses bathing pool, courtesy of Picture Sheffield.
The park has suffered two major floods in its history, once in 1958 and more recently in 2007. In this picture, you can see the remains of a bridge which was destroyed over 60 years ago.
An archive photograph of the Lido in the 1980s. Mack from Lane Top, Sheffield shared his memory of the park: "It was a family treat to go. My dad used to chuck me in the Lido and that's how I learnt how to swim."