Cusworth Hall

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Cusworth Hall: See the Hall and its surrounding parkland including ceiling paintings in the Italianate Chapel, Great Kitchen, Bake House, Still Room and Laundry. East of the Hall is Shrubbery walk, a band of ornamental trees including the Strawberry tree, Redwood and Ginkgo. Native trees to be found include Elder, Hazel, Yew and Holly. The lakes are home to common wildfowl such as mallard, coot and moorhen. Toads and frogs are present here, as are water scorpions and diving beetles. Other wildlife in the Park includes tawny owls and up to six bat species.

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Cusworth Country Park

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Car

2 miles north of Doncaster, off the A638 Doncaster to Wakefield Road. It is signposted from the A1 and A638.

Bus

Take the Mainline service 42 or 219 from the Frenchgate Interchange Stand A11, which run ten to and twenty past the hour (hourly on Sundays). Kempton Park Road stop. This service stops at the end of Cusworth Lane, then walk up to the Hall on foot.

Admission

Opening times:
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
10:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0010:30 - 17:0013:00 - 17:00


Prices:

Free

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Address: Cusworth Hall and Park, Cusworth Lane, Doncaster, Yorkshire, DN5 7TU, UK
Phone: +44 1302 782342
Email: museum@doncaster.gov.uk
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