Doncaster (/ˈdɒŋkəstər/ or /ˈdɒŋkæstər/) is a large market town in South Yorkshire, England. Together with its surrounding suburbs and settlements, the town forms part of the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster, which had a mid-2016 est. population of 306,400. The town itself has a population of 109,805 The Doncaster Urban Area had a population of 158,141 in 2011 and includes Doncaster and neighbouring small villages. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire until 1974, Doncaster is about 17 miles (30 km) north-east of Sheffield, with which it is served by an international airport, Doncaster Sheffield Airport in Finningley. The metropolitan boroughs of Barnsley, as the county town, Doncaster, and Rotherham, were created in 1974, and incorporated with the city of Sheffield into the metropolitan county of South Yorkshire.
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5 based on 533 reviews
The charitable aims of the Victoria Cross Trust who own the museum,fall into 2 main categories, firstly to restore the final resting places of VC recipients not in the care of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Secondly to educate the public as their lives and citation details ( why they were awarded a VC). The creation of a museum meets our second charitable aim and income from the museum will cover the first.
Visited today. Firstly a tenner doesn't seem enough!
Shown round (complete tour) by Paul.
This place is brilliant, the tour could not have been more informative and educational. This is a brilliant tour for all ages young or old.... It is that interesting!
Tour guide great all staff and personnel so friendly and informed.
If you are interested in our soilders VC awards and all things you didn't know a out the battles our armed forces have fought in.... You will appreciate everything about this place and if your not you will still love it.
Will be going again.
Andy and Rob 15/03/18
5 based on 916 reviews
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VULCAN EXPERIENCE IS FOR PRE-BOOKED VISITS ONLY. Situated on Robin Hood Airport, this is the home of the last flying Vulcan. Our pre-booked tours offer a range of opportunities from an informal public tour which is designed for anyone who may be curious not just about the Vulcan, but also about the Cold War and the role RAF Finningley played during that dark time. Specialist tours and VIP tours are designed for our visitors to get some in depth information and are tailored to your specific area of interest. We can cater for childrens' groups of all ages.
Fantastic afternoon, started with lunch at the Ramada hotel, followed by a up close and personal look around the Vulcan Bomber. The engine run was totally amazing you just cannot believe the sound and power of the aircraft. A real must for any aviation enthusiast. All the staff are volunteers and are incredibly friendly and knowledgeable about the Vulcan.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
The Yorkshire Wildlife Park is a unique walk-through wildlife park located just outside Doncaster, South Yorkshire. YWP brings families in touch with some of the world's most beautiful and at risk species inc Polar Bears, Black Rhino, Lions, Tigers and Giraffes plus around 400 other animals including 70 different species! Yorkshire Wildlife Park is a fantastic place to experience a truly breathtaking walkthrough wildlife adventure! Kids can enjoy our many indoor and outdoor adventure play zones and adults can relax in our themed dining outlets. Join us for special events through the year including Summer Safari Nights, Easter Adventures and our famous Christmas Fair! Looking for an extra special experience? Why not book onto an exclusive VIP behind-the-scenes tour and get even closer to the wildlife!
I would most recommend getting the annual passes if you live nearby. The range of animals is great and the enclosures are very open and well thought out. There’s a couple of great play areas and the interactive activities (eg. Bug talk) were a hit with my three year old nephew. Fully recommend taking a picnic as the café prices are ridiculous.
4.5 based on 348 reviews
We are an aviation museum dedicated to preserving and displaying the aviation history of South Yorkshire and other areas. The museum is run by volunteers and is a Registered Charity. The Museum is suitable and interesting for all ages groups and caters for school and others group visits. The site is accessible by wheelchair users and is pram friendly. We encourage people to become members and for them to be able to get involved with the running of a busy museum in all its aspects.
I would recommend budgeting about half a day here, you might get away with the full day but this place is great. It has lots of different aircraft, new and old to view. You can sit in the cockpit area of some aircraft, giving you a hands on feel on what pilots use to fly the aircraft. Ticket prices are reasonable and has a neat little toy shop at you make your way in/out. Really pleasant staff, great parking spaces. Only thing to be mindful of is lack of catering facilities, there is a subway not far from the museum near Doncaster stadium, or catering facilities around lakeside outlet. Parking was easy as we visited on a day with few visitors. I'd reccomend visiting to anyone who loves history and/or aircrafts. There is a facility at the back of the museum built to show the horrors of the blitz in 1940, amazing effort on this. I would highly recommend to everybody.
4.5 based on 591 reviews
Cusworth Hall is an 18th-century Grade I listed country house in Cusworth, near Doncaster, South Yorkshire in the north of England. Set in the landscaped parklands of Cusworth Park, Cusworth Hall is a good example of a Georgian country house. It is now a country house museum.
We travelled from Saddleworth to visit Cusworth Hall having seen the Tripadvisor reviews. We weren't disappointed. A beautiful building that although has been a museum for many years has not been compromised too much. The interior architectural features are still there to see, the wonderful...MoreDear Sue00do What a wonderful review, and thank you so much for your kind comments. We are really pleased to hear that you enjoyed your visit to Cusworth hall, and we look forward to seeing you again soon.
4.5 based on 238 reviews
Nature paths suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs will wind you around a stunning, safe wetland habitat littered with pockets of woodland and wildflower meadows, and a cracking cafe is a great place for you recharge with friends. Hides allow you and your family to get up close and personal with birds such as woodpeckers and kingfishers and during your wander you may also encounter mammals such as roe deer and hedgehogs. The meadows during summer are full of butterflies on the wing in comparison to a snow laden winter where you may be lucky enough to spot our overwintering bitterns - this globally threatened species a real highlight to see for any wildlife watcher.Please note that we close over the Christmas period, check our website for details. We will be open every other day of the year (weather permitting) please see are website for further details. Unfortunately dogs, horses, bike, scooters etc are unfortunately not permitted on site.
myself, hubby and kids went to the reserve. lovely to get away...no phones or technology, just us and the great outdoors! great way to explore, lovely, clean trails :)
4.5 based on 987 reviews
Visited late March, and thankfully all the renovations have been completed.
The entrance hall looked grand, and the real highlight was the new billiard room, which looks tremendous and made me really want a game!
The great thing about Brodsworth is that everything has been left in how it was, including the snooker balls which have seriously faded in colour.
Top day out, and the Gardens are superb.
4.5 based on 422 reviews
Been told many times to go and eat there but never did and my husband said come on let's try it. Wow great food very busy eating earears we went three. On days on the go in the summer we sat outside and ate. Clean...MoreThank you for your review! We look forward to seeing you again soon!
4.5 based on 158 reviews
Cast, Doncaster's brand new performance venue, opened its doors to the public on 6th September 2013 and is fast becoming a jewel in the crown for YorkshireCast is a place where you can watch incredible shows, share creative ideas and be inspired. Here is a place to enjoy everything from comedy to jazz, plays to ballet, gigs to family shows and much, much more.
Had a great night at the Cast this week watching Rita Sue and Bob Too in the main space..sat in the circles on row B had a great view of the stage and the sound was clear and loud enough...really fun play. Bar was stocked and had a wide variety of drinks : ) lovely night out (free parking after 6 aswell in the car park next to civic office)
4 based on 398 reviews
This romantic castle with stunning views over Conisbrough, inspired Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe and still fires the imagination today. With floors and roof restored in the lofty circular keep you can fully appreciate the magnificence of the original 12th century building. Delve into the medieval world of Lord and Lady de Warenne, and enjoy the grassy areas around the castle walls for games and picnics
Great spot with amazing views. Mostly outside, great for the kids! Lots to investigate but not a great deal inside castle to read about. Visitor centre had the exhibition and the information was fairly good and detailed. Looks like they will improve the cafe at some point which would be good and the Shop was quite good. Great place to visit.
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