Keep boredom at bay with our summer holiday workshops for families on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Get up close to nature with bug hunting (one of the 50 things) on 30-31 July and 13-14 August, or explore the world in a different way with the intriguing Brightly-loudly-feely-smelly tasty on 6-7 and 20-21 August.
Don't be surprised if you see Isaac's grandfather in the orchard! It'll be one of our volunteers sharing their passion for Sir Isaac Newton's life and world-changing discoveries with 'Tales from Woolsthorpe' or 'Amazing Science' - sometimes even in costume.
Woolsthorpe volunteers have all sorts of backgrounds and expertise - so every talk is a way into something surprising.
You've heard of the 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4 - at Woolsthorpe this summer we have our own '10 things' for grown-ups - from splitting sunlight into rainbow colours to identifying herbs by their scent.
In September, Woolsthorpe will be involved in Gravity Fields 2014 - a festival of science and arts based around the life and times of Isaac Newton. On Sunday 28 September we'll be celebrating Newton’s life at Woolsthorpe Manor with 17th-century cookery and a creative hands-on stained glass activity.