St. George’s Minster
Built in 1858 by Sir George Gilbert Scott and boasts a clock by Dent (who made Big Ben) and a 5 manual organ by Edmund Schulze.
One of the most complete surviving examples of a Victorian country house in England, remaining virtually unchanged for the last 150 years.
An 18th Century Grade 1 listed House, with superb landscaped parklands. It recently underwent a £7.5m renovation and remains popular with the people of Doncaster.
The Mansion House
Another of Doncasters Grade 1 listed building from the 18th century, located in the heart of the town and features an art gallery and local history displays.
The Frenchgate Shopping Centre
Originally called the Arndale Centre and built in 1967. The name changed in 1988 to the Frenchgate Centre – a year after it had received a £200m facelift. In 2006, the Centre opened up its link to the Bus and Train Interchange.
The Dome provides a wide range of leisure activities for the Doncaster community. From swimming, indoor football, rock and pop concerts, to name a few. The Dome was officially opened in 1989 by HRH Diana, Princess of Wales – and the estimated cost was £26m
The racecourse is one of the oldest and most famous racecourses in the world. Hosting famous Group 1 races such as the St Leger Stakes (the worlds oldest Classic Horse Race) and the Racing Post Trophy. It has made history for being the 1st racecourse to hold Sunday racing in 1992 and also was the venue for Englands first Aviation Show in 1909.
Split over two centres, The Hub is the newest education establishment, built in 2006 and located just a short walk from Doncaster Town Centre. Its construction cost £65m and replaced the old Waterdale college. The University Centre Doncaster is the older education establishment and is located at High Melton, 6 miles west of Doncaster and is set in 126 acres of stunning grounds. Most of the Colleges higher education courses are based here.