Mansion House Doncaster

The website of The Friends of Doncaster Mansion House

Mansion House History Timeline

The Mansion House was officially opened in 1749 and throughout history has provided a central base for civic functions, town administration and the entertainment of distinguished guests.



A Mansion House is a building that serves as a venue for entertainment and civic functions. Most Mansion Houses were built in wealthy English towns between 1720 – 1800. A Mansion House is a place for the Mayor of the town to entertain and hold office as well as reside, it also acts a symbol of wealth and importance for the town.


Mansion House Plans & Space

Scroll through the gallery to explore the grand rooms of the Mansion House and its Palladian architecture
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One of three in the UK

Doncaster’s Mansion House is one of only 3 in the country. The others can be found in York and London.