What makes learning at Belton House special?

This historic country house sits proudly, marking the line between the family’s gardens and the deer park. Home to the Brownlow family for over 300 years, their impact on the local environment and community is brought to life through a varied learning programme for all visitors.

Educational visit in Belton's Old Kitchen

What’s on for school groups?

Go on a tour of discovery as you explore our collections and stories. No matter the age or ability of your students we'll work with you to develop their knowledge and understanding, linked to your curriculum needs.

Visitors at Belton House

College and university visits 

A guided tour can really bring the history of Belton House alive for college and university groups. Experienced guides and staff adapt their tours to suit your focus and love to share their knowledge with you.

Child reaching for colouring pens

Nurseries, youth groups and supplementary schools 

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

Two of the statues battling it out for victory

Supporting special exhibitions

Every year Belton House tells a different part of its 300 year story. In 2018, ‘Creating a Legacy’ explores some of the female voices of Belton’s past. Discover how your group can engage with these special exhibitions.