Conisbrough is a small town in Yorkshire, 5 miles from Doncaster, and on the River Don.
Conisbrough Castle dates from the 1170s and became a Royal castle under Edward IV in 1461. The ruins are still impressive, and include the largest circular keep in England.
The castle features in Walter Scott's novel Ivanhoe, as the home of Athelstane.
St. Peter's Church dates largely from the Norman period, but has some Anglo-Saxon work..
On the outskirts of Conisbrough is a fine garden centre.