Saint Martin's Church Ancaster

  • Address: Ermine St, Ancaster, Grantham NG32 3PW, UK, United Kingdom
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  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest

St Martin's Church, Ancaster is an Anglican Church which is also a Grade I listed building that has been dedicated to Martin of Tours. The Church has a stunning architecture and dates back to 1722. The Church has been constructed in Ancaster stone and is of Early English, Decorated and Norman styles. It can accommodate 220 seated people and attracts a lot of people who wish to admire the brilliant architecture. Everything right from the stained-glass window, the tower, the nave, the arcade and all the other aspects are beautiful, and you are sure to enjoy your visit to the St Martin's Church, Ancaster.

  • Buses 27, WM08, WM10 to stop - Village Hall

  • Saint Martin's Church Ancaster Address: Ermine St, Ancaster, Grantham NG32 3PW, UK, United Kingdom
  • Saint Martin's Church Ancaster Price: Free
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  • 25% of people who visit Ancaster include Saint Martin's Church Ancaster in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Saint Martin's Church Ancaster visit around 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Saint Martin's Church Ancaster

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95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Saint Martin's Church Ancaster

People normally club together Ancaster Karting, Quads & Paintball and Peel Castle while planning their visit to Saint Martin's Church Ancaster.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Friendly lady showed us round. Lovely Norman architecture with a hint of Roman in the grave yard. Lovely hymns depicted at christmas

  • Beautiful, welcoming church with interesting churchyard featuring unique rare orchids

  • Interesting church with Roman remains within.

  • Nice village with some lovely walks, especially through "The Valley"

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