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Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery

Chequer Road


Opening Times:
Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm

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Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery depicts various aspects of natural history, archaeology, local history, and fine and decorative art.

Contact Details:
For bookings and further information about sessions at Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery please contact; or or telephone 01302 734288

Learning Programmes:
Doncaster Museum Education Service offers a range of learning sessions from the Romans to Remembrance Day, and from the Victorians to Mini-Beasts, to schools and educational establishments at its two sites, Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery and Cusworth Hall Museum and Park. 
Specialist and experienced Education Officers deliver learning sessions across a broad range of National Curriculum and Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) topics as well as out-of-school-hours' activities for families and local communities.

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