Belton's outdoor adventure playground

Water play in the outdoor adventure playground at Belton House, Lincolnshire by Simon Robson Photography

Set within an ancient wilderness, Lincolnshire's largest outdoor adventure playground promises hours of fun and discovery for children of all ages, all year round.

Make a splash with water, create some noise with the chimes and music blocks or simply wander further into the wood and build a den. There's endless possibilities of fun for the whole family in Belton's award-winning playground.

Take a ride on the train

Take a train ride through the adventure playground, up to the woods and back again. The train runs every day, weather permitting. Rides cost £1.50 per seat, and the train driver writes the last journey of the day on the station board.

All aboard
Girls waving on a minature train
All aboard

Attention all passengers, collect a choo-choo loyalty card from Belton’s miniature train station to receive your tenth journey free.

50 things to do before you're 11 ¾

Set free their wild side with our 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ activities. Explore the outdoors, learn new skills and try something different. Here at Belton you'll be able to tick up to 33 activities off your #50things list, so you'll be able to enjoy a new adventure each time you visit.

A girl makes a daisy chain in spring

Belton's top summer 50 things activities

Play outdoors, learn new skills and try something new! Start ticking off some 50 things activities at Belton.

Muddy Hands Café

The café and toilets are located close to the train station. Take a seat out on the deck and warm up in winter with a hot cup of tea or coffee or cool down in summer with a refreshing cold drink.

Have fun, play safe!

Play opportunities at Belton encourage challenging playful experiences in a safe environment to facilitate child development at all stages. The equipment’s designed to be challenging, as a result, some equipment may not be suitable for all children.

Only you know the abilities and limitations of the children in your care so please keep a careful watch on them and make sure they’re playing safely. You’re also encouraged to play in the spaces provided so that everyone can enjoy the play experience.