Vale of Belvoir Tourist Attractions

Tourist Attractions come in all shapes and sizes so this category is, by definition, very much to personal taste. The Vale of Belvoir contains wonderful buildings and gardens to visit, fabulous walks through stunning scenery, thins to do for you and any children you might have in tow, and even one-off and annual events which you might want to attend.

Tourist Attractions in the Vale of Belvoir

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Belton House

National Trust Property just outside Grantham. Generations of the Brownlow family made their mark on Belton, commissioning the finest designers and craftsmen of their age to shape the estate we see today. The house and gardens showcase cutting edge design and innovation, from 17th century sash windows to a cast iron-framed orangery in the Italian […]

Belvoir Castle

Belvoir Castle was first built immediately after the Norman Conquest of 1066 and has since been rebuilt at least three times, the surviving structure, a grade I listed mock castle, dating from the early 19th century.

Belvoir Castle Adventure Playground

Belvoir Castle Adventure Playground
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The Belvoir Castle Adventure Playground is new for the 2023 season and features a large custom built playground for all ages.

Harlaxton Manor

Harlaxton Manor is owned by the University of Evansville in the USA but can be booked for weddings and celebrations too. You can buy tickets to visit their wonderful gardens via their website.

The Engine Yard

The Engine Yard
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The Engine Yard is a retail village complete with bar and restaurant next to the car park for Belvoir Castle. The separate business are listed here at Belvoir Life, but the Engine Yard itself gest its own entry as a great place to visit.