Doncaster 1914–18 marks the centenary of the First World War. The project encourages Doncaster people and those with connections to the area to research and share their own stories.
A series of events, exhibitions and a new website will explore the role the town, its people, and the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, played in the conflict, both at home and on the front line.
Campaign or initiative
Please see our listings for event opening times.
Doncaster Museum opening times:
Monday and Tuesday - Closed
Wednesday to Friday 10am - 4.30pm
Saturday and Sunday 10.30am - 4.00pm
Free of charge
Estate of War: Doncaster’s Country Houses
- 16 July 2016 — 31 December 2020 *on now
A new exhibition going behind-the-scenes of the area’s country houses, to discover how life changed for families and those below-stairs during the First World War.
- Any age
Cusworth Hall Museum & Park
Riding High: Doncaster Airfield and the Zeppelin Raids
- 20 September 2016 — 31 December 2020 *on now
A new exhibition revealing how Doncaster and South Yorkshire fought for Britain in the skies during the First World War, and reliving the terror of the Zeppelin air-raid on Sheffield in 1916.
- Any age
South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum
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Children (5-16) £2.50
Senior Citizen £5