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Navenby from the south
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Wisteria in spring
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Methodist church
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PLEASE NOTE: Due to extensive repair and renovation work the cottage is currently closed to all visitors. We anticipate re-opening in 2019.

Mrs Smith's Cottage Museum is situated at East Road, off Navenby High Street (A607). Navenby is a large village in Lincolnshire 10 miles south of Lincoln and is served by the half-hourly Monday to Saturday Lincoln - Grantham bus (less frequent Sunday service).

Turn into East Road and we are on the left
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Post Code for SatNav LN5 0EP

You can access a Navenby by Satellite map or Yahoo Click Here to follow the A607 south from Lincoln or north from Grantham or reach the A607 via the A17 junction with the A1 at Newark. Once in Navenby the map below will guide you to the Cottage on East Road.

The King's Head pub carpark opposite the cottage can be used by visitors to the Cottage.

North Kesteven has many other places of interest to explore. There are craft centres and galleries, historic buildings such as Heckington Windmill and Cogglesford Windmill, and a wealth of beautiful churches, peaceful countryside and way marked walks. You will find more details at the North Kesteven website.

Navenby village also offers many attractions. We have two pubs, an award winning bakery and award winning butcher, a tea shop (not open on Sundays), The Kings Head, Lion and Royal, Macy's Brasserie, Navenby Antiques Centre and Gift Shop to name a few. For more information visit our village website at