The ancient monument of Tickhill Castle is one of the oldest Norman Motte and Bailey 11th century castles in Britain, with a unique 11thC gatehouse.
The Great Motte is the highest early Norman Motte in England, of one build, completed soon after the conquest of 1066.
The monument is only open once a year to visitors who wish to enjoy the remains and grounds, where nearly a 1,000 years of history has been made. The house is not open to the
Gates open at 2pm, last entry 4.30pm and admission is £4 for adults, £2 for childen, aged from four years to 16.
A spokesman said: “We are delighted to announce that Browns at the Buttercross of Tickhill will be providing a tempting assortment of delicacies for the day.
"Come hungry as there will be a range of foods; both traditional and modern.”