Belton House is packed full of treasures and bursting with history. Join a basement tour to discover what life was like below stairs or explore the upper floors of the mansion with a timed entry key.
Please note the mansion closes on Sunday 27 October for winter conservation.
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.
This year we’re sharing the stories of four women whose creative legacies live on in the spirit of Belton. Explore the lives of Sophia, Marian, Florence and Nina on self-led trails and see their work presented throughout the house and gardens.
Find out about the lives of Belton's servants on a below stairs tour.
Ogilby was one of the most significant English cartographers, and his road atlas of Great Britain (1675) was pivotal in standardising the English mile, setting the standard for later atlases.
This Christmas, visit Belton to celebrate best-loved traditions and create some new ones of your own.
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.
Immerse yourself in the story of a great house as it prepares to welcome High Society’s bright young things for a mysterious ‘Saturday-to-Monday’ party at Belton House.
Rustle your way through fallen leaves and enjoy the golden colours of autumn at Belton House.
A celebration of autumn returns to Belton House this October, as it celebrates its annual Autumn Fayre.