Places

From stately homes to steam engines, aircrafts and tanks!

With a wide variety of museums and wonderful green open spaces, there is something to cater for every taste and every age range. Enjoy the best of both worlds at Brodsworth Hall and Gardens with the chance to learn about the wealthy family and servants who lived there before exploring the 15 acre Victorian gardens with their enchanting summerhouse and fountain

The South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum houses a varied collection of over 70 aircraft and cockpits and 100 engines, plus other displays in the three remaining buildings of Doncaster Airport from WW2. It is great for families and, being mostly indoors, is great during bad weather too. There are always several cockpits open to get into.

Horses for courses

The going's always good on a day out at Doncaster Racecourse, home to the world’s oldest classic horse race, the St. Leger. The historic Town Moor course has been drawing appreciative crowds for centuries, so it would be positively rude not to have a punt.  With the 150 bed Hilton Garden Inn Hotel just next door to the Racecourse, planning your stay could not be easier!

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Take a walk on the wild side

You’re in for some fantastic family fun at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park! Visit Pixel, Rasputin, Nobby and Nissan, the only Polar bears in England at Project Polar. The park has just welcomed their newest arrivals, the Red Pandas, sisters Alice, Ariel and Aurora. You can find the sisters in the park’s new Himalayan Pass reserve. Also new at the park is the Experience Ethiopia section, which is home to the spotted hyenas, and a troop of Gelada Monkeys. An exciting expansion project is currently under way at the park and will see the introduction of new animal reserves, new species and more.