New Sponsor for Grantham Museum

Grantham Museum is very proud to announce that Hodgson Wealth Management has agreed to become a corporate sponsor.


(Pictured Andrew Hodgson Managing Director & Wealth Management Consultant at Hodgson Wealth Management)

David Burling, Director, says “It is fantastic news that Hodgson Wealth Management has agreed to sponsor the Museum. The funds that we receive from our corporate sponsors goes directly into making sure that the Museum continues to educate, inform and inspire all generations about the history of Grantham”.


David adds “With the help of Hodgson Wealth Management and our other sponsors we are able to invest in the future and deliver more compelling insight in to Grantham’s past”.

To find out more about sponsoring Grantham Museum, please visit

Today in Grantham History – Judy Campbell was born.

Today (31st May) is the birthday of actress and playwright Judy Campbell, born in Grantham. Judy Campbell made her stage debut in 1935 as a “Guest” in The Last of Mrs. Cheyney at the Theatre Royal, Grantham, and entered films in 1940 in the London-based thriller Saloon Bar. In 2002 she lent her patrician presence to a television remake of The Forsythe Saga.

Grantham Museum remembers the “Dambusters”

As we commemorate 75 years since the famous “Dambusters” raid we remember the brave souls who made that daring mission possible. Our exhibition explores details of the raid and the science behind the “Bouncing Bomb”. We are open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Gravity Fields back at Grantham Museum

We are very pleased to announce that the Museum is actively involved with this year’s Gravity Fields festival with plenty of events planned.

Below is a list.

Science Salon: 26/09/2018 – 12pm

Flower Show: 26/09/2018 – 4pm

Breaking the glass ceiling talk: 27/09/2018 – 10:30am

Joseph Banks activity: 28/09/2018 – 12pm

Magick & Alchemy Show: 29/09/2018 – 10am

Magick & Alchemy Show: 29/09/2018 – 12:30pm

Magick & Alchemy Show: 30/09/2018 – 10:30am

Science Salon: 30/09/2018 – 2pm

You can book tickets for these events through the Gravity Fields website at

We look forward to seeing you there.

Tales of Grantham continues…

Our popular “Tales of Grantham” season continues this Thursday with “SCHOOLING IN THE WITHAMS” with Peter and Aileen Ball.

As always admission is free (Donations to the Museum are always welcome).

Find out more about our programme of talks here:

Admission to Grantham Museum to remain Free

Admission to Grantham Museum is to remain free after a review of their pricing and revenue streams.

David Burling, Director says “We have had to review all of our charges across the board to respond to challenging economic times in the Heritage sector. It is our view that Grantham Museum should remain free to all and therefore have left our admission price unchanged.

We do ask for donations from our visitors who can afford it. A small donation of £2 can go a long way to helping us tell our story for years to come”.

Grantham Museum has recently embarked on a number of initiatives to cut costs and waste from the Museum. They currently offer half price hot drinks for anyone who brings their reusable cup in. David added “The  Museum considers our responsibility to the environment as of the utmost importance so we have reviewed our waste policy and contracts to minimize our impact on the environment”.


Lindpet Properties proudly sponsors Grantham Museum

Grantham Museum announces its continuing relationship with their sponsor Lindpet Properties. Lindpet Properties and their managing director Peter Burrows have been supporters of Grantham Museum for a number of years and have demonstrated their continuing commitment by agreeing to continue their sponsorship of the museum.

Project Director David Burling, pictured below with Director of Lindpet Properties, Peter Burrows, says “We are very grateful to Peter and Lindpet Properties for their continuing support. Grantham Museum relies on the generosity of our sponsors and donations from the public to remain open and we value our relationship with local businesses and individuals.

The funding we receive goes directly towards the upkeep of the Museum and the development of our exhibitions”.