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Visiting the Mansion House

Visitors welcome

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The Mansion House is now open to visitors on regular Open Days throughout the year. 

If you would like to visit the Mansion House on a different day to the Open Days, this can be arranged by calling (01302 737600) or by emailing mansionhouseevents@doncaster.gov.uk.

In addition the Open Days, the Mansion House is open to all visitors once a year when the Chair of the council holds an open day in the summer. There are also other special events, including a Christmas fayre, carol concert, tea dances and afternoon teas. 
  

The address of the Mansion House is: High Street, Doncaster, DN1 1BN

Afternoon Tea and Tea Dance Dates

Afternoon Tea at the Mansion House

Afternoon Teas will take place on the following dates from 12noon-4pm and are priced £14.00 per person.  To book tickets please contact or visit Tourist Information Centre, 01302 734309.

• Friday 16th January 2015
• Friday 27th February 2015
• Friday 20th March 2015
• Friday 17th April 2015
• Friday 22nd May 2015
• Friday 12th June 2015

The Tea Dances are held between 2-4pm on the dates listed below and are priced £3.25 per person which is payable at the door.  

• Tuesday 20th January 2015
• Tuesday 24th February 2015
• Tuesday 17th March 2015
• Tuesday 21st April 2015
• Tuesday 19th May 2015
• Tuesday 23rd June 2015

To purchase tickets for the Tea Dances contact The Mansion House on 01302 734032.

Open Days

Open days are held between 10-2 pm on the dates listed below and admission is free.   

• 9th and 30th January 2015
• 20th February 2015
• 13th March 2015
• 10th and 24th April 2015
• 8th and 26th May 2015
• 9th and 26th June 2015

Doncaster Rail Week 5-12 February 2015

Doncaster Grammar School Railway Collection - Mansion House, Doncaster, 5-12 February 2015, 11am - 4pm daily. FREE ENTRY

The origins of this legendary collection date back to 1936. A personal gift from Sir Nigel Gresley

was the very first item, with nameplates and other memorabilia being added over the years by

the pupils and teachers at the school, resulting in what must surely be one of the finest private

collections anywhere. Pre-dating the National Railway Museum by several decades, but hidden

from public view, this is the collection’s first dedicated public exhibition of selected items.

Cock O'The North Fundraising Dinner - Mansion House, Doncaster, 6 February 2015 6pm (For 7pm). Tickets £47.50

Enjoy an evening of fine dining in the sumptuous Georgian interior of the Mansion House for a three course dinner

with guest speaker Bob Gwynne, Associate Curator of Rail Vehicles at the National Railway Museum and senior members of

the Doncaster P2 Locomotive Trust. Tickets and details are available from Doncaster's Tourist Information Centre. Tel: 01302 734309 for more information.

Doncaster Railway Convention - Mansion House, Doncaster, 7 February 2015, 11am-4pm. FREE ENTRY

A series of talks about Doncaster's railway heritage including the history of Doncaster Grammar School Railway Collection and the exciting project to

rebuild the iconic P2 locomotive Cock o'the North designed and built in Doncaster in 1934. Doncaster Heritage Services' Local Studies and Archives team are also

on hand to explain about the men and women  who worked at the Plant Works and the records held about them.

For more information please visit www.visitdoncaster.com

 

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