GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Cusworth Hall Park

1 miles (2 km)

Explore acres of historic parkland in this country park in Doncaster. The estate surrounds the Grade I listed Cusworth Hall and includes lakes, plantations and pleasure ground with dramatic views across the town. In the park there is an Italianate Chapel with beautiful ceiling paintings and an excellent museum with a collection of 36000 objects including accessories, toys and games and kitchen equipment. Look out for watervoles, kingfishers and green flowered heleborine orchids at the delightful lake.
The Trans Pennine Trail runs just past the park so there is scope for continuing your walk along the River Don to Conisbrough.


DN5 7TU - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

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Cusworth Hall Park OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

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Further Information and Other Local Ideas

The Doncaster River Walk visits two of the highlights of the area at Sprotbrough Falls and the impressive Conisbrough Viaduct where you enjoy fine views from the top of structure.


Cusworth Hall - - 923850

Cusworth Hall.Built for William Wrightson by George Platt in 1740 and altered by James Paine shortly afterwards, now the Museum of South Yorkshire Life.

Cusworth Park - - 923880

View to Doncaster across the parkland at Cusworth Hall

Cusworth Country Park - - 923855

View across the lawns to the lake.

Lakes at Cusworth Hall country park. - - 536061

Lakes view.

Lady Isabella's Garden - - 923874

Lady Isabella's Garden. Formal garden at the hall, named after Lady Isabella Battie-Wrightson

The lonely bench. - - 536058

View over Doncaster from the park.


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