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National Trust - Woolsthorpe Manor, Grantham

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  • Not an enormous amount to see and a little bit remote, but nevertheless well worth a visit. A great reminder of what Isaac Newton discovered, although the falling apple story may not be entirely true!...  more »
  • This was such an interesting place to visit, the home of Sir Issac Newton.There were plenty of people on hand to explain all about the house and the film show was also very interesting  more »
  • Firstly, the house is very pretty and lovely to see inside and out and great to imagine what it would have been like for Newton living there with his family. But having arrived a few minutes before op...  more »
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  • Good place to spend a few hours. Not much more to be honest. Smaller than most NT properties but full of charm and history, bringing the life and work of Newton into great context with a short film and interesting interactive displays and activities for children and adults alike. As others have commented if you're a National Trust member then it's certainly a nicer place to stop for a cup of tea than an A1 service station!
  • We visited on a rather damp and grey morning. A pleasant visit and another stamp in the NT Passport. Staff were polite and did their best to present this small but well maintained property. Coffee shop lacks card payments and decent coffee. So make sure you have ¬£cash if you visit.
  • A fascinating place to visit full of information about Sir Isaac Newton and details of life in his time. Good place for children with an interest in science and history.
  • Beautiful location. Small coffee shop with sandwiches and cakes and lots of science experiments for the children. Nice day out
  • The birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton. The science exhibits here are great fun for the kids and I always find it one of the most actively run National Trust properties.