The centre is located behind the Rutland Arms, Woolsthorpe, NG32 1NY.
Grantham Canal is a great site for wildlife and habitats as well as local history studies. Since the Grantham Canal closed to boating in 1929 it has been reclaimed by nature and is a valuable wetland habitat, with much of the canal designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, home to a rich diversity of wildlife.
Local history workshop and a lock visit as part of a guided walk.
Wildlife and habitat walks and workshops.
Use the following resources to support learning on your trip and back in the classroom:
Find out more about Grantham.
Don't forget a boat trip!
Boat trips are possible in conjunction with volunteers from the Grantham Canal Society. There is currently a project to restore a section of the canal, and a stretch from Woolsthorpe to the A1 near Grantham is once again navigable.
We offer free preliminary visits and our website features downloadable trails/activities suitable for pre-visit planning or follow-up work.
On-site facilities include an indoor classroom space for booked visits. There is parking on site and there are limited toilet facilities.
Visits to Grantham are FREE! A small charge applies for boat trips.