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Christmas at Belton

Belton House lit up with Christmas lights in the evening, with a display of colourful orbs on the lawn in front.
Book now for Christmas at Belton 2024 | © National Trust / Sony Music

Tickets are on sale now for Christmas at Belton 2024. Surround yourself with sparkle on a magical after-dark illuminated trail this winter.

On sale now!

Book your tickets now and secure the time and date of your choice for Christmas at Belton 2024.

What to expect

A magical trail with new lights for 2024 – after-dark festive fun for everyone.

Created by award-winning, internationally acclaimed light trail producers and firmly positioned within the UK’s seasonal calendar, Christmas at Belton, Lincolnshire, has everything you need for an unforgettable time with friends and family.

Discover a meadow of light stretching out into the distance, colour-changing larger-than-life neon string flowers, candles floating high into the sky and batons of light that shine all the colours of the rainbow.

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.

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

Limited capacity with timed entry. Book now to secure the date and time of your choice.

*separate charges apply

A family stood within an immersive light feature, with dangling strands of light surrounding them - deep blue colour
Discover exciting new installations this year | © National Trust / Sony Music

Essential information

  • Christmas at Belton will run from 22 November – 1 January, 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.

Car parking

National Trust members receive 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.

On sale now!

Book your tickets now and secure the time and date of your choice for Christmas at Belton 2024.

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Christmas at Belton 2024 is on sale!

Book your tickets now and secure the time and date of your choice for Christmas at Belton 2024. 

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