Getting around

Getting around

Travelling to visit Doncaster’s fabulous attractions is easy: on foot, cycling, travelling in your own car or using public transport.

How ever you choose to get around, you're never far away from a new experience in Doncaster!

On foot

You see so much more when you slow down and explore on foot. There are miles and miles of quiet lanes, by-ways and footpaths. They take you through an interconnecting patchwork of fields, woods, moors, wetlands and nature reserves between the towns, villages and attractions.

Walking is great way to explore the area, discover new places and connect with others. The added advantage of travelling by foot is that walking has so many health benefits for your mind and body.

There’s an abundance of walking routes to choose from, suitable for all ages and abilities.

By taxi

Taxi ranks are located outside Doncaster Railway Station. The city centre plays host to a number of taxi ranks including at St. Sepulchre Gate, High Street, Market Place, Leger Way (outside the Doncaster Racecourse, used on race days only) and East Laith Gate.

By train

In addition to the main train station in Doncaster City Centre, there are local train stations at Adwick, Bentley, Conisbrough, Hatfield & Stainforth, Kirk Sandall, Mexborough, Thorne North and Thorne South. These stations provide convenient access to the towns, villages and attractions on the outskirts of Doncaster.

By bus

Doncaster has a great local bus service to help you make the most of your leisure time. Travelling by bus is a hassle-free way to visit some of Doncaster’s unique and exciting attractions.

On race days, there is a shuttle service that runs between the racecourse and Doncaster interchange.

Getting Around


Walking is great way to explore the area, discover new places and connect with others.

Walking in Doncaster

Doncaster is great for cycling!

It’s the ideal way to get around at your own pace, using the many dedicated cycle routes and networks, including the Trans Pennine Trail.

You can follow the Trans Pennine Trail or the Greenway Route. There are also waymarked trails in Campsall Country Park, Howell Wood Country Park, Sandall Beat Wood, Melton Wood, Hatfield Water Park, Black Carr Plantation, Shaw Wood and Kings Wood.

Doncaster Dome is home to a fantastic purpose built, off-road cycle circuit, which is suitable for competitive cyclists and families alike. For further information on opening times, prices and to make a booking please visit

The city itself has many dedicated cycleways including the Bennetthorpe cycle track which connects the Racecourse roundabout to the city centre. Doncaster’s ambition is to be a cycling city where residents and visitors choose to cycle because it is a healthy, safe and attractive method of transport.