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#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Grantham
Chain library was open and had a helpful knowledgeable volunteer to help - worth the climb up the narrow staircase - fantastic view down from the window into the church.
If your lucky enough to be there when the tower and belfry is open then the views over Grantham and the surrounding area are spectacular.
#2 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Grantham
Brilliant place, awe inspiring site of newtons Experiments.
Woolsthorpe Manor is quite small compared to some NT sites but it is very compact and well presented.
#3 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Grantham
The house gives you an insight into how Brownlow family had lived here, the art, luxury, rooms, bedrooms, wall decorations, fantastic views they had from each window....character...If you are interested in history...
Stunning house set in lovely dog friendly parkland, The day we visited the deer where sat on the lawn in front the house, it was a truly wonderful site to see.
#4 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Grantham
Clive provides a wonderfully comprehensive history of the house, and also a fascinating insight into its architectural and decorative design and how that relates to similar sites across Europe.
#5 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Grantham
It is the study abroad site of the University of Evansville, USA and the access is restricted to students, faculty, and guests primarily.
Just the walk down the drive and to view the building from under the gatehouse was wonderful.
Belvoir Castle Belvoir, UK 9.7 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Belvoir
Excellent architecture, steeped in history, distant views, Capability Brown gardens, clay pigeon shooting.
Loved the day mooching around the gardens and joining a guided tour of this amazing castle (It turns out this is the fourth castle on this site, might explain why it's in such good condition).