Our Address

Herigerbi Park

Hall Lane, Harrowby

Grantham, Lincolnshire

NG31 9HA

Contact Us

Tel:07563 203763



Woolsthorpe Manor




Belton House

Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2LS. Tel: 01476 566116

Located three miles north of Grantham town centre, this 17th century country house sits within 1300 acres of parkland. Explore the deer park, wander the gardens and take a tour of the house for a jam-packed family day out. The house and gardens are open from March until the end of October, excluding Mondays and Tuesdays.

For more information visit the National Trust website.


Fun Farm

Dysart Road, NG31 7LE. Tel: 01476 562228

Let the kids loose at this wonderful ‘soft play’ indoor entertainment centre, where they can dive, duck and climb for hours on end. Fun for all the family, there’s a separate toddler area for the youngest visitors, and an onsite café serving a range of tasty meals and snacks.

For more information visit the Fun Farm website.



Grantham Museum

St. Peter's Hill, NG31 6PY. Tel: 01476 568 783

Explore Grantham’s absorbing archaeological and social history, from Anglo Saxon times right up to the present day. Among the fascinating exhibits are a portrait of Sir Isaac Newton by Sir Godfrey Kneller and Margret Thatcher’s famous blue suit, donated by the Baroness herself.

For more information visit the Grantham Museum website.

The Guildhall Arts Centre

St. Peter's Hill, NG31 6PZ. Tel: 01476 406 158

Just a short walk from the station (so especially handy if you’re getting a train to Grantham), the Guildhall Arts Centre offers a varied programme of comedy, theatre, talks, dance, music and film. Check the website to find details of upcoming events and to book tickets.

For more information visit the Guildhall Arts Centre website. 

The King’s School

Brook Street, NG31 6RP

Sir Isaac Newton was educated at The King’s School, and the original 1492 building where he would have studied is still used as the school library today. Unfortunately, the school isn’t open to the general public, but it’s still worth taking a look at the imposing exterior of the historic building.

Margret Thatcher’s Childhood Home

1 North Parade, NG31 8AT

Pay your respects to Grantham’s most famous political resident by visiting the former corner shop that she and her family once called home. It’s now a chiropractic clinic, but look out for the plaque that marks this humble building’s historic importance.


St. Wulframs Church

Church Street, NG31 6RR

Constructed in the 1300s from Lincolnshire limestone, St Wulframs is one of the largest medieval churches in the country and also boasts one of the UK’s tallest parish church spires. Awarded a five-star rating in Simon Jenkins’ book ‘England’s Thousand Best Churches’, it’s a truly stunning building.

For more information visit the St Wulfram’s Church website.



Sir Isaac Newton Statue

St. Peter's Hill, NG31 6PZ

Right in front of the Guildhall Arts Centre stands Grantham’s impressive statue of Sir Isaac Newton. Erected in 1858 and created by sculptor William Theed, it’s a fitting tribute to the town’s most famous son.


Woolsthorpe Manor


Water Lane, NG33 5PD

Take the short trip out of town to visit the manor house where Sir Isaac Newton spent his childhood, and also made some of his most important discoveries. In fact, you can still see the very apple tree that inspired his law of universal gravitation! Opening times vary, so check the website before your visit.

For more information visit the National Trust website.


Cycle routes

Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.


  • Belton Park, Grantham (2.1 miles)

  • Harby - Barkestone - Plungar - Harby (12.5 miles)

  • Wellingore to Lincoln on the Viking Way (13.1 miles)