Cusworth Hall

Cusworth Hall is a Georgian country house that was originally built in the 1700’s for the Wrightson family. The house has gone through several alterations and additions as the house has been passed down through the family’s generations. One of the additions was to add achapel in 1753, this can still be seen today. The basement was also adapted to create a school area for the family’s children.

During World War Two Cusworth Hall was occupied by the army and was used as a makeshift base. The officers were stationed within the house itself while the troops were living in huts that were erected in the grounds. Since then the hall was taken over by the local council and turned into a museum that houses many local artefacts.

The hall still remains extremely active today with many staff willing to tell their tales of the spooky happenings within the walls. This is a venue not to be missed!


Address: Cusworth Hall Museum & Park, Back Lane, Doncaster, South Yorkshire DN5 7TU, UK

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