See below for exhibitions at Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery and links to forthcoming events, art history lectures and life drawing sessions.
Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery was opened in 1964 to display important collections of natural history, archaeology, local history, fine and decorative art. There is also a large and varied temporary exhibition programme throughout the year, as well as special activities for all ages.
Volunteering with Doncaster Heritage Services is a way to use your skills, discover new ones, share your passion for the past and have fun. Volunteers are vital to support the service and opportunities are varied.
Newly refurbished, comfortable and unique spaces for meetings, receptions and corporate functions.
The Regimental Gallery of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry is located in the same building as Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery.
Our museum collections are extensive, with much of it donated by local people.
Cusworth Hall is a beautiful Grade I listed building set in acres of historic parkland with lakes, plantations and pleasure grounds with dramatic views across the town.
Find out how to apply to join the library, report a rights of way problem and join the museum mail list. Get information about the museum and galleries, leisure and tourism, keeping fit, markets and what's on in Doncaster.
Sessions run throughout the year - if you are looking for a specific workshop that is not listed please contact the site learning officer. A range of technology is available, including smart board, laptop and iPads. For more details please see the downloadable workshop itineraries on this page. “When planned and implemented well, learning outside the classroom contributes significantly to raising standards and improving pupils’ personal, social and emotional development.” (Ofsted)
The house was built between 1740-1744 for local land owner William Wrightson by George Platt a local mason/architect.