About Grantham Railway Station
Grantham Railway Station is a train station serving the market town of Grantham, Lincolnshire. It was the second stop built in the town after the original Old Wharf station, accommodating a line from Nottingham which was completed in 1850. It’s managed by Virgin Trains East Coast.
Nottingham - England’s folklore capital
Nottingham is one of the most popular tourism spots for English city breaks, thanks to its famous link with the most well-known figure in English folklore - Robin Hood. Visitors can follow a trail of sites relating to the nation’s most beloved legend, starting at the city’s impressive castle with its ancient gatehouses and towers. Nottingham’s modern shopping centres, restaurants, bars, and more, all stand on a foundation of sandstone caves dating back to the Dark Ages, and those looking for something a little more slow-paced can enjoy a stroll around through the ancient oaks and birches of the famous Sherwood Forest.
Discover the Now at Nottingham Contemporary
Found in the Lace Market District, a visit to the Nottingham Contemporary is one of the most popular rainy-day activities in the city and an intriguing attraction for people of all tastes. Its four fascinating galleries, study room, and gift shop all play host to a great programme of events throughout the year, including film screenings, lectures, live music and children’s workshops.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Grantham Railway Station? Travelodge Grantham Colsterworth Hotel is a 15-minute drive away, and Travelodge Grantham South Witham Hotel can be reached in 20.