St Wulfram’s Church

St Wulfram’s Church

St Wulfram’s Church Attractions | Grantham | Historic The parish church of St Wulfram is a noble building, one of the largest medieval churches in the country, seating around 900 people. Simon Jenkins in his book England’s Thousand Best Churches gave it a...
Grantham Museum

Grantham Museum

Grantham Museum Attractions | Grantham | Historic For a modest Lincolnshire town, Grantham packs quite a punch with its prodigal sons and daughters: both the 17th century scientist Isaac Newton and late British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. At our volunteer-run...
ChristChurch Grantham

ChristChurch Grantham

ChristChurch Grantham Attractions | Grantham | Historic ChristChurch is a very large, Italianate Grade II listed building, situated in the centre of Grantham. The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, as it was formerly known, was built in 1840. The excellent acoustics at...
Thorney Abbey

Thorney Abbey

Thorney Abbey Attractions | Historic | The Deepings Thorney Abbey is a vibrant parish church which welcomes visitors and which is part of a 12th century Benedictine abbey, making an unusually tall and calm interior. To this are added an early Victorian east end, a...
Browne’s Hospital & Museum

Browne’s Hospital & Museum

Browne’s Hospital & Museum Attractions | Historic | Stamford The Hospital or almshouse was founded by William Browne, a rich wool merchant of Stamford, and built in 1475. The Hospital or Bedehouse - a name by which it was also known - was established as a...
The Priest’s House (National Trust)

The Priest’s House (National Trust)

The Priest’s House (National Trust) Attractions | Historic | Stamford Two miles from Stamford, this interesting 15th Century National Trust building contains a museum of local bygones and an extensive exhibition on the mining and preparation of Collyweston...
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