Grantham Tourist Information
Guidhall Arts Centre, St Peter’s Hill, Grantham
Telephone 01476 406 166
Guildhall Arts Centre
Saint Peter’s Hill, Grantham
Set in the heart of the town, this Victorian building can be identified by its magnificent clock tower, today it is a lively arts centre, with theatre, music and workshops taking place, together with a coffee shop and tourist information centre.
Telephone 01476 406158
St. Wulframs’s Church
Church Street, Grantham
Boasting the tallest spire of any medieval church in the country.
Restoration-era house set in 1300 acre landscaped park and gardens.
Telephone 01476 566116
A607 Belvoir, near Grantham.
19th century turreted castle set high on a hill, home to the Duke of Rutland.
Check for event days and house opening times before visiting.
Telephone 01476 870262
Easton Walled Gardens
B6403 Easton, near Grantham
The River Witham meanders through this delightful 400-year-old garden set in 12 acres of undulating grounds. Café and gift shop.
Telephone 01476 530063
Grantham (National Trust)
7 miles south of Grantham, Woolsthorpe is the 17th century birthplace and family home of Sir Isaac Newton, who formulated some of his major works here. The interactive science discovery centre in the grounds explains his life and theories.
Handsome town house dating from1380 with peaceful riverside gardens.
St. Peter’s Hill, Grantham
Superstore and Garden centre