Doncaster – najzanimljivije aktivnosti
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“Doncaster Racecourse is owned by Arena Racing Company, the largest racecourse operator in the UK. Doncaster is one of the oldest established centres for horse racing in Britain, with records of regular race meetings going back to the 16th century. In 1600 the corporation tried to put an end to the races because of the number of ruffians they attracted, but by 1614 it acknowledged failure and instead marked out a racecourse. For sheer spectacle, atmosphere and excitement a day at Doncaster Racecourse is a tradition that is hard to beat. Racedays at Town Moor have been drawing appreciative crowds for centuries and Doncaster has long been regarded as one of the finest racecourses in Europe and the best place for horse racing in Yorkshire. After a £34 million redevelopment, racegoers can enjoy an amazing raceday experience at this world-class venue. At the heart of this new development is an impressive five-storey grandstand. The main stand includes stunning new private hospitality suites, a wide range of places to eat and drink, plus luxury dining experiences.”
“All the high street names and more. Good area to eat. Nice and airy, great for those visiting for the first time and the regulars.”
“You can easily spend a day here if the great outdoors doesn't beckon. Great for families with children of all ages. The Dome Leisure Centre is an arena and leisure centre in Doncaster, England, informally known as The Dome or Donny Dome. It has a swimming complex, bars, a sports arena that is also used as an event venue and the United Kingdom's first ever split level ice skating rink.”
“free access to the gardens. only pay for car park. ideal place for walking, biking, having a picnic. coffee shop on site and the hall can be visited for a fee.”
“The original 12th-century Norman building burnt down on the last day of February 1853. This fire resulted in the loss of the medieval library which was above the south porch. The current building was designed by architect Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1853 and constructed between 1854 and 1858 at a cost of £43,126 4s 5d. It was consecrated by the Archbishop of York on 14 October 1858”
“Potteric Carr Nature Reserve is a nature reserve that managed by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust as their flagship - and largest - reserve.”