Woolsthorpe Manor, Birthplace of Isaac Newton stars in England’s Hall of Fame
Woolsthorpe Manor takes a place in England’s ultimate Hall of Fame to go on display in a one-off exhibition to mark St George’s Day (23rd April).
The National Trust’s Woolsthorpe Manor, birthplace of Isaac Newton has been revealed as part of England’s Hall of Fame to celebrate St George’s Day.
The hotly anticipated Hall of Fame exhibition opens to the public on St George’s Day. Running for one week until 30th April, the free open-air exhibition will take place at Observation Point on London’s Southbank.
The search to establish England’s Hall of Fame began in February when the tourist board asked the public to submit their suggestions. The Hall of Fame app received almost 1,000 submissions from Harry Potter to Harry Styles, the mini skirt to the tuxedo, The Beatles to punk music, and Earl Grey tea to the Scotch Egg.
A panel of experts has awarded a bronze, silver and gold across six categories, to celebrate the best of what England has brought to the world and what makes the country such a diverse and fascinating place to visit and explore. The public has also been given a vote; The People’s Choice will be revealed on St George’s Day.
Take a look at Visit England’s Hall of Fame online at https://www.englandshalloffame.com/