Best known as the birthplace of both Sir Isaac Newton and Margaret Thatcher, the market town of Grantham has been popular with history-hungry tourists for centuries.
With charming period buildings at every turn, Grantham is home to England’s oldest inn, the Angel and Royal (where you can still spend the night today) and one of the country’s largest medieval churches, St. Wulframs Church. There are plenty of brilliant shops, restaurants and bars to keep you entertained, too – and you should be sure to snap up a packet of delicious Grantham Gingerbread on your visit…
Travel to Grantham with First Hull Trains and you’ll enjoy a hassle-free, comfortable journey. Our trains to Grantham run from London (Kings Cross), Stevenage, Retford, Doncaster, Brough, Selby, Howden and Hull – details of train times can be found on our Travel Information page.
And you can save up to 60% on your train tickets to Grantham by booking in advance via our website. Plus you can now collect Nectar points, its 2 points for every £1 you spend with us.