Stamford: Attractions and more...
Stanford Museum, through many displays and exhibits, reveals the history and archaeology of this finest stone town in England.
Peterborough Cathedral, located in the heart of the city, is the most beautiful Norman Cathedral in England.
Grimsthorpe castle houses more than 24 varieties of butterflies living in its limestone quarry area.
Burghley house is the finest Elizabethan house in England. It holds special events throughout the year that include internationally renowned horse trials. The 500 acre expanse of woodland of Bourne Woods offers a once in a lifetime experience with its well maintained paths and a thrilling sculpture project.
Woolsthorpe Manor house is the family house and birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton. The orchard also includes the successor of the famous Apple tree.
Other attractions in Stamford are Tallington Lakes and Collyweston Quarries Nature Reserve.
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