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Everything you need to know for your visit to The Point

The Point, 16 South Parade, Doncaster, DN1 2DR

The Point on South Parade in the centre of Doncaster is open to all.

Once inside you’ll find a gallery showing a programme of contemporary exhibitions and a cosy cafe where you can meet friends. We host creative workshops for adults, young people and families and have rooms for hire events and meetings.

Opening Times

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Day Open Close
Monday 10am 4pm
Tuesday 10am 7pm
Wednesday 10am 7pm
Thursday 10am 7pm
Friday 10am 4pm
Saturday 9am 1.30pm

 

Holiday Opening Times:

During school holidays The Point is open weekdays from 10am-4pm. Closed on all Bank Holiday Mondays and during Easter weekend.

Café:

Closes one hour before building closing time.

Getting Here

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Address: 

The Point, 16 South Parade, Doncaster, DN1 2DR. The Point is a white building with flags outside the entrance, opposite The Regent Hotel and Regent Square.

By Car: 

If travelling from the north, Doncaster town centre is accessible from either the A1(M), via the A638, A635 or A630, or the M18 via the A6182 at Junction 3. From the south, if travelling on the M1, follow the sign post to the M18 (north) and exit at Junction 3 (A6182).

Local Parking: 

Extensive on street parking on South Parade and Hall Cross Hill FREE up to 2 hours.
Cavendish Court £1 per hour; £2 per day (Saturdays).
Scarborough House (Saturdays only) £2/4 hours.
Council House (Saturday only) £2/4 hours.
Civic Office £0.90 1hr; £1.90 2hrs

Car Park:

Car parking at The Point is limited and for blue badge holders only. Please book your space in advance by calling 01302 341662.

Parking Map

Buses:

Buses stopping outside The Point: 21, 25, 29, 55, 55B, 57, 59, 99, 205, 291, 399, 638, X19 and X91

Accessibility

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  1. Lifts to all levels of the building
  2. Disabled toilets
  3. Changing Place including hoist and changing bench
  4. Baby changing facilities
  5. Breastfeeding Friendly
  6. Dementia Friendly
  7. Makaton Friendly

darts at The Point

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