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Walking tour of Cambridge University
"On this enthralling 90-minute walking tour you will see where the structure of D.N.A was discovered visit famous chapels and libraries listen to anecdotes see where famous alumni studied from Prince Charles Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking all while taking in views of famous architecture with over 800 years of history.This public tour which will be conducted in English and starts at 1pm at King's College entrance on King's Parade.The tour will cover sights such as Trinity H Trinity College
From GBP18.00
 
Combo ticket: Punting and Walking Tour in Cambridge
"A Cambridge University graduate guide will take you on a 90-minute enthralling journey through time as you will be recounted to the colourful story of Cambridge and its famous university while providing you with a wonderful insight into student life.On this enthralling 90-minute walking tour you will see where the structure of D.N.A was discovered visit famous chapels and libraries listen to anecdotes see where famous alumni studied from Prince Charles Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking all while taking in views of famous architecture with over 800 years of history.This public tour which will be conducted in English and starts at 1pm at King's College entrance on King's Parade.The tour will cover sights such as Trinity H
From GBP30.00
 
Walking tour of Cambridge University
"On this enthralling 90-minute walking tour you will see where the structure of D.N.A was discovered visit famous chapels and libraries listen to anecdotes see where famous alumni studied from Prince Charles Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking all while taking in views of famous architecture with over 800 years of history.This public tour which will be conducted in English and starts at 1pm at King's College entrance on King's Parade.The tour will cover sights such as Trinity H Trinity College
From GBP18.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Grantham

Off The Beaten Path

Frederick Tollemache Statue

We came across this statue of Frederick Tollemache (1804-1888) on our wanders around the town centre. Tollemache was a British politician and served as a Member of Parliament on several occasions...
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Nottingham

Nottingham is about 20-30 miles west of Grantham. I took a day trip there from Grantham. There you'll find Notthingham Castle, Robin Hood's Major Oak, and more. The picture shows a statue of Robin...
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Aug 25, 2003

Belvoir Castle

Belvoir Castle - about 6 miles from Grantham. Even though it's spelled BELVOIR, locals refer to it as Beaver Castle...not sure how they got Beaver from Belvoir. The place has some history to it; the...
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Sep 23, 2002
 
 
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Top Things to Do in Grantham

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St Wulfram's Church

St Wulfram's Church was built in the early 13th Century following a major fire. Designed in an Early English style and built in local limestone. With the height of the tower and spine combined, the...
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The King's School

This school goes back as far the 14th Century though the school was re-endowed by Richard Foxe in 1528. Sir Isaac was taught at this school between 1655 and 1660 and there are plaques to commemorate...
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Sir Isaac Newton's Statue

The statue is present in Grantham's St Peter's Hill. Erected and built in 1858 and casted in stone. Sir Isaac Newton (1642 - 1727) is one of the most influential scientists of all time. Newton...
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2-6 North Parade

This is Margaret Thatcher's birthplace and childhood home. She was Britain first woman's prime minster who served between 1979 and 1990. There is a commemorative plaque on the building acknowledging...
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Grantham House

This is a National Trust property, a town house with riverside walled garden. The property is only opened seasonally and by appointment except during June. Further information can be found here.
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Museum Building

We passed this building during our wonders round Grantham which is the town's museum and library -unfortunately we didn't have chance to visit and look round (hopefully on a future visit!). They host...
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Top 5 Grantham Writers

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"Grantham"
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"Home of scientists, politicians and firsts!"
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"AT HOME IN GRANTHAM"
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Bilimari

"Welcome to Grantham"
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