What’s on for school groups?

Educational visit in Belton's Old Kitchen

Ignite your students’ imaginations as you explore the stories and collections to support your classroom learning.

Whether you are interested in art, history or the environment, Belton House has something for all ages and abilities. Linked to the National Curriculum, our programmes provide cross-curricular, experiential opportunities that will inspire and excite your pupils.

" The support from the staff at Belton House enabled me to plan a visit that had structure, yet was flexible enough to allow me to adapt the lessons when we returned to school."
- Mrs Cox, local schoolteacher

Create your own day with a wide choice of options to support your class:

Children learning about the history of Belton House

Primary school tours and workshops

Led by experienced guides, there’s a range of tours and workshops available in the House or Gardens. Each tour and workshop is developed to support the National Curriculum. They help your pupils to actively engage with their environments, whether they are choosing their favourite flowers in the Orangery or exploring a family portrait.

Visitors in the garden at Belton House, Lincolnshire.

Secondary school tours and workshops

Led by experienced guides, there are tours and workshops available in the House or Gardens. Each tour and workshop is developed to support the National Curriculum.

Child enjoying an Easter egg trail at Belton House 133376

Self-guided visits and background information

Explore the Gardens and Parkland your way. Make the most of your day by choosing from an array of free downloadable resources to help you maximise your learning.

A group of school girls working at one of our special places

How to book your educational group visit

Our bespoke programme for nurseries, youth groups and supplementary schools includes tours, creative and outdoor workshops, teacher training and family events.