WHETHER you are interested in Egyptian sandals from 1,200 years ago or the modern fashion shoes of today, Tolson Museum is the place to visit.
An array of historically famous footwear is being exhibited at the museum in Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Moldgreen.
And there will be a huge range to see, comprising the museum's own collection and pieces loaned by the public, collectors and shops.
Wellies, flip flops and jelly sandals will be shown alongside unusual pieces like Lancashire dancing clogs, South Asian bride's mules and 19th century silk slippers.
Museum officer Jenny Salton said: "Shoes say so much about who we are, what we do and where we have been."
And if it's the shoes of the rich and famous that impress you, there are a pair of Anna Friel's stilettos and Prada wedges worn by Louise Redknapp.
The exhibition shows how shoes have changed with the times and how they reflect the culture and fashion of a period.
Admission to Shoe Heaven is free. The exhibition will be running until April 2005.