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Doncaster Minster

Doncaster Minster

The most famous landmark in the city, the Parish Church of St George or Doncaster Minster is, with its stunning Victorian Gothic architecture and delightful Victorian stained glass, a must.
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Brodsworth Hall & Gardens

This is a stunning country house from the 1860's that is surrounded by parks. Brodsworth Hall & Gardens is showing visitors how a wealthy Yorkshire family and their servants lived for some 150 years.
Mansion House

Mansion House

As one of only three civic Mansion Houses in Britain and one of the city’s most famous buildings, Doncaster’s mid-18th century Mansion House is well worth a visit.
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Conisbrough Castle

This fascinating castle is regarded as one of the finest examples of medieval architecture in Europe and has become one of the most popular attractions in South Yorkshire. Conisbrough Castle is a well-preserved 12th-century castle and was once owned by Richard of York.
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Aeroventure

Explore the history of aviation at this aircraft museum, which is home to jetfighters, helicopters and engines as well as displays depicting World War II on the home front. Aeroventure is located less than 5 minutes’ drive from Junction 3 on the M18.
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The Dome Leisure Centre

Doncaster Dome is one of the region's top sports, leisure and entertainment centre, with over 50 activities. With pools, geysers, fountains, spas, saunas, fitness studios, sports, events, an ice rink and a climbing wall, this is fantastic fun for the whole family – evident in the more than 1 million visitors that come here every year!
Doncaster Racecourse

Doncaster Racecourse

No visit to Doncaster is complete if not visiting its world famous race course. Tickets can be bought through the website and a calendar with special themed days can also be found on the website:
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Doncaster Museum And Art Gallery

Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery opened its doors in 1964 and displays important collections of natural history, archaeology, local history, fine and decorative art works. Here you can also enjoy a large and diverse temporary exhibition programme throughout the year.
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