Historic Sites in the Care of the Trust
Sites managed by the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire
Tattershall College is the ruin of a grammar school built in the late 15th century. It is one of a complex of buildings built by Ralph, Lord Cromwell, including Tattershall Castle, the collegiate church and the almshouses.
Following its use as a grammar school for tenants of Lord Cromwell and his descendants, the building was converted to use as a brewery in the late 18th century. Why not combine a visit to the castle with an exploration of the other medieval buildings of Tattershall.
The college is open from 9am-5pm all year round.
Car Parking and Access
Car parking is available in the market place in the centre of the village. The college is located opposite the marketplace -follow the brown signs. Wheelchair access is available into the college to view inside the building. There are some steps to gain access to all areas.
Grid Ref: TF 2129 5784
There are no toilet or refreshment facilities at the college. There are display boards with historical information for visitors.
For your safety
- Please take care as historic sites can be hazardous.
- Wilful damage to the monument is a criminal offence.
For further information contact the site manager on (01529) 461499 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The property is managed by the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire by agreement with English Heritage.
The National Trust
Visit the Trust's website for information on Tattershall Castle.
A variety of events and activities are occasionally arranged at the college. Visit our events page for details.