Cusworth Hall is an imposing 18th century country house set in extensive landscaped parklands, once home to the Battie-Wrightson family. The Grade 1 listed house is deemed a site of special interest due to the preservation of all elements of a Georgian country house. It houses displays on the history of Doncaster and its people. http://www.doncaster.gov.uk/cusworthhall
Visitors can also enjoy real country fayre in Cusworth's Tea Room, amidst plenty of old world charm and character. Delicious home-baked cakes and pastries are available, as well as a range of snacks, daily specials and ice cream.
The Hall organises a year long programme of events including exhibitions, classic car rallies, open air concerts, battle re-enactments and craft and plant fairs. The Hall grounds are also the setting for the very popular Doncaster Country Fair. All events taking place at Cusworth Hall, Museum & Park appear on our events listings.
Cusworth Hall, Museum and Park
| Tel: Cusworth Hall: 01302 782342 | Tea Rooms: 01302 390959 | Fax: 01302 782342
Cusworth Lane, Doncaster, DN5 7TU
2 miles north of Doncaster Town Centre off the A638. It is sign posted from the A1(M) and A638.
There is a pay and display parking area. Disabled parking is also available.
Monday - Wednesday: 10am - 4.30pm
Friday and Thursday: Closed
Saturday & Sunday: 10.30am - 4.15pm
The Tea Rooms are open daily from 10am - 4pm
FROM THE 1ST OF APRIL 2013 ADMISSION TO CUSWORTH HALL WILL BE FREE!
NB: Entry to Cusworth Hall, Museum shop and Cusworth Park is free, although car parking charges apply.
Group visits: Group visits are welcome, with coach parking available within the car park. Group organisers should notify the Hall of any intended visits.
Educational Activities: Educational study areas are available for school parties.