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At the heart of Doncaster is an historic market town where Norman castles, Regency buildings and a rich railway and horse racing heritage thrive. But Doncaster has also evolved. Now a modern metropolis, it offers an exciting mix of green open spaces and nature reserves with spectacular shopping and nightlife too.

Cusworth Park Lakes Cusworth Hall, Museum & Park is described as the jewel in Doncaster’s crown

Local Secrets...

Giddy up

Doncaster was famous for breeding super-fast horses for the stagecoach trade.

Tick tock

Doncaster Minster boasts a clock by Dent, the designer of Big Ben.

St Leger at Doncaster Racecourse

In 1776 Anthony St Leger, an officer in the British Army, suggested a race of horses over a distance of two miles originally. This was the start of the now world famous St Leger at Doncaster races. These days St Leger is one of the biggest fixtures in the racing calendar with tens of thousands usually in attendance.

A coaching town history

Doncaster has always prided itself on being at the centre of the action dating back to the 18th Century with stage coaches arriving in town, stopping for rest on their way north or south. There are some great original coaching inns which still survive such as the Salutation Inn, the original inn on the old Great North Road and in nearby Bawtry. 

Soak up the nostalgia

It's not just the old coaching inns where history is still alive and well. Museums, castles, churches, ancient villages and country houses offer the opportunity to step back in time and get a taste of what life would have been like in Norman, Georgian and Victorian Doncaster. The town's market also offers a chance to experience one of the finest traditional markets in England.

A fusion of old and new

When you're in need of a few modern comforts and distractions, Doncaster is also happy to oblige. Contemporary guest houses and country hotels will indulge you with all the mod-cons, setting you on your way for a delightful day's shopping or a night on the tiles. But wherever you choose to spend your time, you'll find a friendly Doncastrian welcome that never changes.


Horse racing

Discover what makes Doncaster Racecourse one of the finest courses in Europe.


History and heritage

Step back into a world of gothic arches, coaching inns and traditional markets.


The Corn Exchange

Hit the market hosted in and around the maginficent Corn Exchange, built in the 1870's, it is one of the largest in the county.

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