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National Trust - Woolsthorpe Manor, Grantham

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  • Fantastic place. As well as a sense of awe over the discoveries that were made here by Isaac Newton there is also the actual house where he was born and brought up and the apple tree where he made his...  more »
  • A National Trust property being the birth place of Sir Isaac Newton - and the tree is still there, although looking rather sorry for itself - although I visited in early spring, so I could be doing it...  more »
  • While visiting family nearby, a trip to Woolsthorpe Manor was recommended and I wasn't disappointed. You come away with a feeling that you've a better understanding of the man, his intellect and his b...  more »
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  • Really enjoyed our visit. Have two children aged 7 & 10, they both enjoyed the science room where a lot of interactive projects help to "discover" past facts. The tea room however was incredibly expensive. Nearly £30 for a pot of tea and three sandwiches.. The house where Sir Issac Newton was born and performed his first experiments is amazing. Visit the apple tree, the original tree blew down but rerooted so the legacy live on. Well worth a visit. Go for a family ticket it worth it.
  • Wonderful National Trust site! Especially if you are going with young children. Beautiful and very well kept, with the house just as if the family was still living there. The science centre wonderful for children to learn physics through playing and lovely mouse hunting at the manor house, which allows parents to look at the house without being worried that the little ones make a mess. Wonderful staff too!
  • Beautiful remains of castle. The volunteers were very good with the kids, really bringing the past to life. Not a huge place, so don't need a full day to visit, but good information and audio tours.
  • A quaint farmhouse, and the Isaac Newton history is fascinating. Knowledgeable staff in most rooms make it interesting and memorable. Nice little cafe, good science centre to bring some of Newton's work to life. And THE apple tree is still there!!
  • Lovely small property, where you can sit under the Newton apple tree.