Cusworth Hall, Museum and Park
Near Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Average time spent – 2-3 hours.
Things to do at Cusworth Hall review – Cusworth Hall is a free place to visit near Doncaster in South Yorkshire. You get great views across to Doncaster from the top of the hill by the hall. It is a Grade 1 listed building set in beautiful parkland. The hall has recently been transformed into a museum that documents Doncaster’s social history.
There is some lovely parkland which you can take a walk around, especially around their lakes. Make sure you buy some duck food from the shop as there’s plenty of eager birds waiting by the lakes. There is a relatively large playground at Cusworth, located next to the car park. There is equipment for toddlers up to older children.
The museum within Cusworth Hall covers 3 floors and there is lift access. There are plenty of rooms with interesting exhibits and a lot of them have interactive displays. Some include code-breaking, dress up and the kitchens down in the basement are well-laid out.
Eating – There is a cafe on-site selling hot and cold food and drinks. You are welcome to picnic outside.
Facilities in brief – Museum with interactive displays within the hall, lovely parkland walks with ducks to feed around the lakes, playground. There are toilets on-site and a cafe.
Entry price – *FREE
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *FREE it is free to visit Cusworth Hall and the grounds. There is a pay and display car park on-site which costs £6 all day or £3 for 3 hours (there are cheaper options). You can park in the nearby village for free.
Opening: Cusworth hall is open for most of the year but it does shut on Thursdays and Fridays. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Address: Cusworth Hall Museum & Park, Cusworth Lane, Doncaster, DN5 7TU, South Yorkshire, England. Phone: 01302 782342
Category – Museum with parkland – Indoors and Outdoors – suitable for all ages.
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