This picturesque window at The Cedars provides a glimpse into the garden.
Our next stop was a drive to Woolsthorpe Manor, the home of Sir Isaac Newton. My favorite part was the abundance of wildflowers near the apple tree. Yes, the apple tree really exists and can be seen from his boyhood bedroom window. Apparently he was in his room and not under the tree when the apple fell. The tour guides stressed that Isaac was an unusual child. Well, I guess so considering he was a creative genius. But he also carved his name on his middle school desk thereby proving he could apparently also be a typical middle school boy.