The Brownlows are looking for new servants at Belton and are inviting anyone interested to prove their worth through a series of challenges. Engage in a series of interactive puzzles within immersive basement spaces!
Learn how to identify common trees and find out why they are so important in an urban environment, while on a guided walk at Londonthorpe Woods. A family friendly and accessible route, where you'll learn about the woodland and it's hidden history.
Have you ever felt the calming effect of a gentle breeze on your face or the uplifting sensation of sunlight filtering through the trees? Immerse yourself in nature's embrace and go for a walk with one of our Walk Leaders.
The popular Spotlight Sessions at Belton are returning for 2024! Spend time with our mansion team to see the conservation work they do while the mansion is closed to free flow visitors.
Join one of our Rangers for a leisurely and informative walk around Belton Gardens. Stroll along the river Witham, amble through the Wilderness Gardens, and discover a diverse range of habitats while getting closer to nature.
A monthly longer walk to explore Londonthorpe Woods, Bellmount and the surrounding area of Lincolnshire's rural countryside. This guided walk will include insights to the local history and the composition of the woodland.
Give Belton’s Gardens Team a hand preparing for spring on an Easter trail through the Pleasure Grounds and Formal Gardens, with a range of activities inspired by nature, wildlife, and gardening.
Join one of our Rangers for a leisurely and informative walk around Belton, chatting about some of the influential ladies: Alice Sherard Brownlow, Florence Woodford, Sophia Cust, Edith Smith, Nina Cust, Helen Cresswell, and Aleen Isobel Cust.
Immerse yourself in the history of Bellmount and Belton House, on a guided walk that will take you through the East Avenue, and up and into the tower for unmissable views.
A unique opportunity to discover the military history of Londonthorpe and Bellmount. Visit the war graves at Londonthorpe church and enter Bellmount Tower to capture the scale of contribution to the WWI & WWII war time efforts.
Join one of our volunteer rangers and explore the wildlife and natural beauty of the Belton Estate. Stroll along the river, amble through the parkland and woodland areas on this scenic walk.
Have you ever witnessed the sun setting from Bellmount, near Belton House? Why not join one of our Walk Leaders on a leisurely evening walk, and enjoy stunning views while learning about the local wildlife and history.