Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery (Doncaster) Reviews
Description:Address: Chequer Road / Doncaster / South Yorkshire / DN1 2AE / Telephone: +44 (0) 1302 734 293 / The museum is host to ... more
Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery (Doncaster) ... various aspects of natural history, archaeology, local history and fine decorative art. The art gallery has a lively programme of temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
Newest Review: ... now home to a lovely garden which includes( as you can see in the picture) some cracking sculptures. The Museum -------------- yes finally we on to the museum. After going in the very first(and largest) exhibit is all about the Don through time. Its very interesting and to make it more kiddie friendly the walls are errm... themed. The firs thing you pass is a nice display of stuffed ... more
Customer Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery (Doncaster) Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/02/08 (Very useful, 135 readings)
Doncaster may be a small town but it has a vibrant history. Romans invaded the Don. which is home to lots of wildlife. It also made the two most famous trains of all time-Mallard and The Flying Scotsman. So its only too righ to have a museum. And it must have a good museum. This one does it proud... Basic stuff --------------- Opening times Open Monday to saturday 10am -5pm Admission is free-yay! The Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery Chequer Road Doncaster DN1 2AE Phone number: 01302 734293 The Museum is right next doo to a park near the centre of Doncaster. Doncaster is in South ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/07 (Very useful, 101 readings)
The rather dull, unattractive facade of the Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery disguises what a real gem of a place this really is inside. This is Doncaster\'s only town centre museum and here you will find a whole range of different artefacts that tell the story of the history of this town back to the Roman times and even further beyond. The museum is on two different floors, both of which are fully accessible by disabled visitors, and there is a lift to the second floor. In front of the main entrance doors there is a large reception area, which has various leaflets and books relating to the local area. At this point you could be forgiven for thinking that ... Read the complete review
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