Cusworth Hall, Museum and Park

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Address: Cusworth Hall, Museum & Park, Cusworth Lane, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN5 7TU
Phone Number: 01302 782342
Opening Hours: Current opening times.

Cusworth Hall, Museum and Park is a country house with museum, gardens and parkland near Doncaster in South Yorkshire.

The residence is a grade I listed country house built in the mid 1700’s and presented in an early 1900’s style. There are some restoration projects still ongoing. Amongst things to view are the servants areas and the ceiling paintings in the Italianate Chapel. The museum displays consist of permanent displays about life in the Doncaster area during the last 250 years including historical objects, photographs, costumes, accessories, kitchen equipment, toys, tools and household items. There are also some changing exhibits.

The gardens consist of some walled gardens including a flower garden, an orchard and a vegetable garden and there is also an Edwardian rose garden and Lady Isabella’s garden. The parkland contains some important habitats for local wildlife and features lakes, ponds, woodlands, grasslands and reed beds.

  • Car parking (charge).
  • Cusworth Tea Rooms serves cakes, pastries, snacks and drinks.

Opening Times & Ticket Prices:

  • Please visit the Cusworth Hall, Museum and Park website for opening times and prices.

 


Before you start your journey to Cusworth Hall, Museum and Park for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.

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