There’s lots to see and do in Belton’s great outdoors. The formal gardens, pleasure grounds and boating lakes are a great place for a stroll in all seasons, while the parkland is perfect for wildlife spotting and dog walking with lots of lovely picnicking places too.
Discover the seasonal highlights of Belton at this time of year.
Step into spring with a stroll around Belton's vibrant gardens
There's lots of wildlife to discover across Belton's 1300 acres this spring.
Belton is home to a wild herd of around 300 fallow deer. The deer are direct descendants of the herd enclosed within its parkland in 1690, and have been a significant feature of the estate ever since.
With 1300 acres to explore, come and join us for a wander with your four-legged friend.
Find out what you can do at Belton in each changing season.
Over time many of the important features of Belton's Italian Garden have been lost, and we’re now working to restore these important garden elements.
Enjoy lazy summers days travelling up the river, enjoying picnics in Belton's wilderness garden.
Nothing says summer better than a walk in the sunshine with beautiful butterflies all around.
This delightful walk at Belton Park passes key features of ancient woodland and the site of a deserted medieval village.
Take a walk through the seasons as Belton showcases the artwork of award-winning children's book illustrator Nick Butterworth.
Belton’s the perfect setting for outdoor theatre. This summer The Lord Chamberlain’s Men invite you to join them for the
breathless and brilliant tragedy, Macbeth.
Belton House is packed full of treasures and bursting with history. To ensure you get the best experience, and to help protect the historic collection, entry to the house is by timed entry key.