Cusworth Hall, Museum & Park


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.

The family-run Butler's Tea Room and Bistro is open every day, so there is always everything you need for a memorable day out.

Clocking in at approximately 5.8 miles, this circular walking route starts at Cusworth Hall and follows the Trans Pennine Trail and local footpath network around the parishes of Sprotbrough and Cusworth.

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The site is bounded to the north by Cusworth Lane, to the east by Cusworth Village and increasingly the urban sprawl of Doncaster, and to the south and west by strips of farmland that have been encroached upon in the south by building and in the west by the A1 (M).