Gardens and Parkland

There’s lots to see and do in Belton’s great outdoors. The formal gardens, pleasure grounds and boating lakes provide a charming place for a stroll that is continually changing throughout the seasons. While the parkland is a great place to play ball games or take the dog for a walk, with lots of lovely picnicking spots too.

The North Front at Belton House, a restoration country house built 1685-88

Creating a Legacy at Belton House

In 2018 explore the stories of Belton's creative women

Daffodils and the house reflected in the mirror pond

Belton's spring gardens

Step into spring with a stroll around Belton's vibrant gardens

Belton Bee amongst the lavender in the Dutch garden

Spring wildlife at Belton

There's lots of wildlife to discover across Belton's 1300 acres this spring.

Bluebells at Belton

Belton’s Bluebells

Get out and about this springtime to explore Belton’s gardens and parkland.

The North Front at Belton House, a restoration country house built 1685-88

Changing Seasons at Belton

Find out what you can do at Belton in each changing season.

red kite

Red kites at Belton House

Careful conservation work has seen the return of red kites to the parklands at Belton House.

Belton Fawn

Belton Park walk

This delightful walk at Belton Park passes key features of ancient woodland and the site of a deserted medieval village.

Greyhound looking across Belton park

Dog walking at Belton

With 1300 acres to explore, come and join us for a wander with your four-legged friend.

Children in the maze at Belton House, Lincolnshire

Discover the maze at Belton House, Lincolnshire 

The maze at Belton House was laid in 1890, but later removed. Hedges were planted to recreate the garden puzzle in 2000, and it's now a source of entertainment for the whole family.

Belton’s sundial was made famous in Helen Creswell’s book ‘Moondial’

Belton's Moondial walk

Go back in time at Belton House as you wander the formal gardens to explore the Moondial trail.