Although Sir Isaac Newton did not exactly invent gravity, as he did calculus and the reflecting telescope, he did famously discover the effects of gravity, after an apple fell on his head. An apple from this very apple tree, in fact.
|Mind those falling apples, kids.|
It stands in the garden of Newton's birthplace, Woolsthorpe Manor, which we visited on Thursday. Although the house was interesting, we found the National Trust café of equal appeal.
|Karen, Carmen and Dominic (from the blog Made out of Words) enjoying a cup of tea at Woolsthorpe Manor.|