Places to Visit

Places to Visit

So much to see and do

For culture vultures or family fun seekers – where better to enjoy time out and about than in South Kesteven. Famous treasure houses such as Burghley House, Belton House and Grimsthorpe Castle will truly amaze you – and you’ll find England’s largest woodland adventure playground too! The home of Isaac Newton, Woolsthorpe Manor, has a superb science discovery centre too, for all ages to enjoy. Museums abound for all interests from motor racing and haute couture, to the Dam Busters and famous faces.

For fresh air, there are fabulous open gardens to enjoy, you can walk with alpacas or glide along the Grantham Canal by barge. Sculpture trails, a Garden of Surprises, lakeside walks, carriage rides and England’s oldest oak tree with 40’ girth – so much choice, that you’ll want to return time and again.

Click here to view our Explore South Kesteven brochure.

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Grantham Museum

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Visitor Information

Grantham

Guildhall Arts Centre,
St Peter’s Hill,
Grantham, NG31 6PZ
Open: Monday – Friday 9.30am to 5pm,
Saturday 9.30am – 2pm
granthamtic@southkesteven.gov.uk
01476 406166

Click here to download a map of Grantham’s town centre.

Visitor Information Points:

1st floor at Downtown Garden Centre at A1, Grantham

The Visitor Centre, Wyndham Park, Hill Avenue, Grantham

Stamford

Stamford Arts Centre
27 St Mary’s Street,
Stamford, PE9 2DL
Open: Monday to Saturday
9.30pm – 5pm
stamfordtic@southkesteven.gov.uk
01780 755611

Click here to download a map of Stamford’s town centre.

Visitor Information Point in:

The Deepings Community Library, Market Deeping

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