England Lincolnshire 

Woolsthorpe Manor

Woolsthorpe Manor in Woolsthorpe near Grantham in Lincolnshire is the birthplace of Isaac Newton.  This 17th-century manor house is where Newton made numerous discoveries, including his theory of gravity and the dispersion of light through the use of a prism.  In fact, you can visit the very orchard where the infamous apple fell, and stand in the very same room where the sunlight shone through the window inspiring his light experiments. What to Do Here Visiting the childhood home of Isaac Newton, you will be taken back in time to…

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England Spalding 


Spalding is a small market town deep in the heart of Lincolnshire. It isn’t the most famous place in the region, but if you are looking for a base from which to explore the beautiful fen lands of northeast Lincolnshire, Spalding is perfectly situated. Extensive waterways and wetlands characterise the area and the River Welland cuts right through the middle of Spalding. There are many historic links between Spalding and the Netherlands, mostly as a result of the thriving bulb and flower growing industry that remains a significant part of…

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