Grantham map, showing the Lincolnshire town of Grantham located to the north of the city of Peterborough (Cambs).
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Grantham Map: Interactive Google map of Grantham, a Lincolnshire market town, famous for its St Wulfrum's Church.
Use the zoom in button (+) to get a detailed street map and town centre map of Grantham on which you will see the St Wulfrum's Church, Grantham Museum, Grantham College, the Grantham and District Hospital and Grantham Railway Station, which connects the town to Peterborough and Nottingham.
Also shown on this Grantham map are Great Gonerby, Gonerby Hill Foot, Manthorpe and Saltersford, plus Belton Park and the Belton Park Golf Club.
A sizeable market town located in the county of Lincolnshire, Grantham has a population of around 35,000 and is well known as the birthplace of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher.
Originally a Saxon settlement, Grantham later became significant for the production of wool and leather, its famous church St Wulfrum’s was built in the 13th century and has a spire reaching a height of 281 feet. Grantham House has a 14th century hall which was used by Henry VII’s daughter Margaret, as she travelled north to wed James IV of Scotland. A statue opposite the Guildhall, is in honour of Isaac Newton who was born in Woolsthorpe, near Grantham in 1642, he later attended King’s Grammar School in Grantham, and of course went on to great fame.
The Angel Inn in Grantham is one of the oldest inns in Britain, dating from around 1200.
Grantham Attractions: There are a number of attractions that you can visit in and around Grantham including St Wulfrum’s church, Grantham House (National Trust), Harlaxton Manor, the Grantham Canal (built in the 1790’s), Belvoir Castle, Grantham Museum (in St Peter’s Hill), Belton House (National Trust), the Guildhall and Easton Walled Gardens.
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