Cusworth Hall Museum, Cusworth Lane, Cusworth, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN5 7TU
Cusworth Hall is a fine example of a fashionable Georgian country house built by local landowner and lawyer William Wrightson. Visitors can join our costumed interpreters on a guided tour of Cusworth Hall Museum to learn about Cusworth's Georgian past. Why did William Wrightson choose to build the Hall in the 1740s? How did his family entertain themselves? What sort of work did the servants have to do? Come and find out about the people who lived and worked here many years ago! We have beautiful grounds where families can enjoy a picninc, and we also have a tearoom and toilets on site. We have a play area for older children and the little ones can feed the ducks on the lake.
This event took place in September 2013 and the entry is now archived.
Some parts of the tour may not be wheelchair accessible, but the Hall and tearooms are wheelchair friendly.
Cusworth Hall is located only two miles north of Doncaster off the main Doncaster to Wakefield Road and close to Junction 37 on the A1(M) Map link.
Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council
Date last modified: 26th July 2013 at 10:33