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Doncaster’s might not be a massive place, but it’s big on the arts – in fact, it’s known as a major cultural centre in South Yorkshire. Here are a few places to visit when you take a train to Doncaster.
Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery
Home to an array of exciting exhibitions, like the gleaming collection of trophies won at Doncaster Racecourse, the Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery is an especially popular attraction.
Described as ‘the jewel in Doncaster’s crown,’ this lovely grade I-listed building is set in acres of glorious, historic parkland and offers a brilliant combination of architecture, heritage and exhibitions.
It’s been called ‘the cultural anchor’ of Doncaster’s landmark Civic and Cultural Quarter (CCQ) and theatre lovers can enjoy brilliant performances all year round.
Nestled in a gorgeous valley landscaped by Capability Brown, Roche Abbey has one of the most complete grounds of any English Cisterian monastery – what culture vulture could resist?