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Christmas at Belton

Belton House is lit up with purple lights, with a light display of green, blue, pink, and orange flowers in front.
Book your tickets now for Christmas at Belton 2023! | © Sony Music

Book your tickets now for Christmas at Belton 2023 and surround yourself with sparkle on a magical after-dark illuminated trail this winter.

Christmas at Belton 2023 has finished!

Christmas at Belton 2023 has now finished! Thank you to everyone who visited and supported us this year.

Book tickets

Tickets for Christmas at Belton are on sale. Book now to secure one of the popular weekend slots and look forward to a magical evening.

What to expect

Look forward to some time together with loved ones, as you explore a magical trail with new lights for 2023. Discover larger-than-life flowers, a jolly flock of glittering robins, and wander through rainbow coloured trees - all new this year.

Grab a seasonal snack from one of the hand-picked street food vendors who bring an indulgent twist to tempting treats on offer. Complete your walk under the stars with a perfectly festive *spiced winter warmer, *hot chocolate or *toasted marshmallow and share it with someone special.

*separate charges apply. Christmas at Belton vendors will be accepting card only.

Group of people toasting marshmallows over a giant fire pit at the Christmas at Belton trail
Enjoy tasty treats along the trail | © National Trust / Sony Music

Essential information

  • Christmas at Belton will run from 24 November to 31 December, with a number of trail times available. The event takes place outdoors so please wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
  • The trail will take around 90 minutes to explore, and only guide dogs and assistance dogs are permitted.
  • The Christmas at Belton vendors and rides will be accepting card only. You can pay with cash or card within the Stables Cafe and Belton Gift Shop.
  • For more information on Christmas at Belton, take a look at the full list of frequently asked questions on the booking website.
  • Discover Belton's daytime offer from 25 November to 7 January 2024. This is separate from the Christmas at Belton lights event. Christmas at Belton tickets do not include entry into the mansion.

Car parking

National Trust members recieve free car parking when booked in advance. Select parking when you buy your tickets and your membership parking will be validated on the evening of your visit. National Trust members will be charged for parking when purchasing on the day.

Non-National Trust members are advised to book parking when buying tickets, unless planning to travel by public transport.

Please be mindful that Belton village is not part of the National Trust Belton Estate. We politely ask that visitors don't park in the village, as this is a busy main road and the entrance to Christmas at Belton, and ask that drivers are respectful to the village residents.

Book tickets

Tickets for Christmas at Belton are on sale. Book now to secure one of the popular weekend slots and look forward to a magical evening.

Christmas at Belton is brought to you by Sony Music in partnership with the National Trust.

Three people look at an illuminated tree as part of the Christmas light trail at Wimpole

Book your tickets for Christmas at Belton

Surround yourself with sparkle on this magical, after-dark illuminated trail.

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