Today’s Doncaster is about heritage, racing and shopping, with a lot to do in each category. Head over to Doncaster on an Arriva bus number 405/407, 408/9/420/430 and 496.
Conisbrough Castle boasts the finest Circular Norman Keep Tower in the UK. This testament to the Stone Masons of medieval England was built during the 1180s and remains a fantastic sight for over 30,000 visitors per year.
The Minster Church of St. George, Doncaster serves the town of Doncaster and especially the commercial centre of the busy and thriving Borough of Doncaster. As well as a place for worship it also serves to enrich the educational, cultural and historical life of the town.
Doncaster Racecourse is one of the most famous in the country, offering a variety of events in addition to high quality racing, including gigs and concerts, antiques and other fairs, and corporate events.
The Frenchgate Centre has been the heart of Doncaster for over 40 years and is named after one of the old gates of medieval Doncaster and the street which passes to the east of the centre. In addition to the shops there are a number of activities for the kids and regular events.
Doncaster's elegant Mansion House, a focus for civic pride, has dominated the High Street for over two hundred and fifty years. It is one of only four surviving civic Mansion Houses in the country, and is home to records and archives of local history.
A great idea for a day out, entry to this destination is free!
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