The National Trust and the Woodland Trust, supported by National Lottery Players through the National Lottery Heritage Fund, are working together to reconnect Grantham to its historic landscape.
This monthly guided walk provides visitors the opportunity to discover more about the history of the landscape. Journey along the Eastern Avenue of lime and chestnut trees, up and into Bellmount Tower, to capture the stunning views stretching across Grantham.
No dogs on this walk. The route includes entering Belton's Deer Sanctuary, where the priority remains keeping the environment solely for the purpose of the deer and grazing sheep.
|13:30 - 16:00
|10:30 - 13:00
|13:30 - 16:00
- Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
- Meeting point
The walk will begin and end at the car park for Belton House. Please meet at the Visitor Reception.
- What to bring and wear
Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing.
This walk includes unsurfaced and uneven ground, meaning it is not wheelchair accessible. The walk includes an incline and spiral steps up the Tower.
Reconnecting Grantham team
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