The house is now closed for its winter clean. Below stairs tours run daily, 11am-2pm. Please note these tours are volunteer led and subject to availability.
The highlights of Belton’s collections lie in four areas; late 17th century English portraiture, silver, oriental ceramics, and books.
Chinese Wallpaper was assimilated into a succession of western styles of decoration, from baroque and rococo to neoclassical and Victorian.
Now restored and re-gilded, Viscount Tyrconnel’s stunning lapis lazuli cabinet, brought back from his Grand Tour over 300 years ago, can be seen jewel-like in Belton's blue bedroom dressing room.
Belton is home to some unique 18th century trompe l'oeil porcelain.
Find out about the lives of Belton's servants on a below stairs tour.
Go behind the scenes in Belton’s library and discover more about the conservation work involved in its care.
The boathouse is an intrinsic part of Belton’s wilderness and historic garden design.
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.