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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 Garden, made possible thanks to the Industrial Revolution. The interiors are equally impressive, with a dazzling collection of silver, porcelain, and a world-renowned library.
Today, Belton welcomes new generations to explore the ancient deer park, picnic in the pleasure grounds, or burn off energy in the National Trust's largest outdoor adventure playground.
Belton is an exceptional example of Restoration architecture with a world-renowned library and collections of art, silver, and ceramics.
Belton’s formal gardens are of Dutch and Italian design, with cast-iron orangery and fountain. Pleasure gardens offer relaxing lakeside walks.
Rich in wildlife, Belton Park covers around 1,300 acres with an ancient deer park, grazing sheep, ponds and woodland.
Outdoor Adventure Playground
Set within a historic wilderness and arboretum, Belton’s large adventure playground and miniature train rides promise hours of family fun.
The main Stables Café has indoor and outdoor seating. There is also a playground kiosk and seasonal ice cream parlour.
Belton’s gift shop sells garden and homeware, plants, and a National Trust food range. There is a large second-hand bookshop.
Belton House Opening Times
|House||Guided visits only|
|Adventure playground||09:30 - 16:00|
|Garden||09:30 - 16:00|
|Park||09:30 - 16:00|
|Indoor play||09:30 - 16:00|
|Shop||10:00 - 16:00|
|Stables Café||10:00 - 16:00|
|Second-hand Bookshop||10:30 - 15:30|
Belton House Prices
|Single Adult Family||£18|
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