Things to do in Doncaster
During your stay at The Earl why not visit other local attractions in Doncaster.
Conisbrough Castle occupies a strategic position on a large knoll at the north-east end of the historic town of Conisbrough, which occupies a ridge that rises rather higher, running south-west. The castle’s outer bailey is now roughly defined by Castle Hill to the west, and earthworks to north, east and south.
Cusworth Hall can surely be described as the jewel in Doncaster’s crown. The beautiful Grade I listed building is set in acres of historic parkland, with lakes, plantations and pleasure grounds offering spectacular views across the town.
The site, which was extensively restored between 2003-2007, invites visitors to experience a wealth of architecture, heritage, landscape history and wildlife, together with a varied programme of exhibitions, events and activities.
Doncaster Dome is one of the region's premier sports, leisure & entertainment destinations, with over 50 activities taking place under one roof.
With over 1 million visitors every year The Dome, Doncaster is now one of the UK's top 5 Sports and Leisure attractions encompassing every type of entertainment available. In fact it now has so many activities it is almost
impossible to try everything in one day!
Doncaster’s Award Winning Markets have everything you need!
Doncaster Market is undeniably one of the finest traditional markets in all of England, receiving praise from TV celebrity chefs and a loyal following of customers.
Frenchgate Shopping Centre
The Frenchgate Shopping Centre is a thriving hub of retail activity located in the heart of Doncaster town centre. With over 120 stores Frenchgate aims to bring the latest in high street and designer fashion to Doncaster and the surrounding areas. Its prime location ensures easy road access from the North and the South as well as by bus and train via the centre’s transport interchange.