Cusworth Hall Opening Times

A photo showing Cusworth Hall car park

Cusworth Hall Opening Times

So you may have planned a trip to Cusworth Hall, but have you thought about timings? There are a lot of activities you can venture for as well as the museum, for the true experience I’d recommend organising a time that allows you to try everything.

Of course, you may want to split your trips up into different timings and take multiple trips to experience everything. That’s perfectly fine too, in fact I’d encourage it if you have the time. Overall, there are many places you can go to, and even merge these events into a day trip.

A beautiful photo of Cusworth Hall, showing off the stunning Doncaster Park


Cusworth Museum Times

With the museum, there are specific dates and times that you’ll want to follow to make sure you get the full experience. The museum is the main part of the trip, you can see the beautiful history of this time.

Here are the times and days that the Cusworth Hall Museum is open.

  • Monday – 10am to 4:30pm
  • Tuesday – 10am to 4:30pm
  • Wednesday – 10am to 4:30pm
  • Thursday – Closed
  • Friday – Closed
  • Saturday – 10:30am to 4:15pm
  • Sunday – 10:30am to 4:15pm

On the first and third Friday every month, there’s a guided walk around Cusworth Park. This is a brilliant experience and you will definitely not want to miss out, these guided walks start at 9:30am / 9:45am. These walks last for around an hour, and trust me, you don’t want to miss out.

An example of Cusworth Park, showing off some beautiful scenery and a route of Doncaster Walks


Cusworth Hall Parking

Luckily, the car parking at Cusworth Hall is open every single day of the week, and the prices are incredibly reasonable!

  • 1 hour – £1
  • 2 hours – £1.50
  • 3 hours – £2.20
  • All day – £6
  • Coaches – £10

With prices this cheap, how could you not want to get an all day spot? It’s definitely worth the money in my opinion, especially if you’re only in Doncaster for one day.

A photo showing Cusworth Hall car park

Butler’s Tea Room Times

Whilst on your trip, you’re going to need to find somewhere to eat, and this is ultimately the perfect place. The Butler’s Tea Room offers a variety of breakfasts and lunches, as well as beverages. The beauty is that it fits in perfectly with the traditional style to not ruin your trip.

Here are the times that the Butler’s Tea Room is open, and I’d definitely recommend going there on your trip.

  • Monday: 10am – 4pm
  • Tuesday: 10am – 4pm
  • Wednesday: 10am – 4pm
  • Thursday: 10am – 4pm
  • Friday: 10am – 4pm
  • Saturday: 10am – 7pm
  • Sunday – 10am – 7pm


The Old Brew House Times

Whilst visiting the Cusworth Hall, you’ll feel in a very traditional style, and this place will help fulfil that illusion. The Old Brew House is a stunning place that is filled with history and good times, you’ll be sure to enjoy your stay here.

Here are the times that The Old Brew House is open, you’ll find that the largest opening times are on the weekend so I’d definitely recommend either going on a Friday or Saturday. This way you can get a view of what Cusworth Hall looks like at night, and trust me, it’s a beautiful view.

  • Monday – Closed
  • Tuesday – Closed
  • Wednesday – Closed
  • Thursday: 3pm to 9pm
  • Friday – 12pm to 11pm
  • Saturday – 10am to 11pm
  • Sunday – 10am to 5pm

A gorgeous photo showing Cusworth Hall at night, you can see this view if you attend The Old Brew House late at night

Recommended Times To Visit Cusworth Hall

Personally, I think it’s very possible to visit all of these places and experience all of the beauty in one day. My recommended time to go would be a Friday, you can experience the walk at 9:30am, then go grab some breakfast at Butler’s Tea Room after that.

You can then visit the museum, and at around 1pm or 2pm go for lunch at The Butler’s Tea Room. Then you can have some free time to explore the museum again, finally visiting The Old Brew House. That would be my recommended trip, but of course, feel free to customise now that you have all of the information!