A circular morning walk taking in some fantastic views, whilst enjoying a wildlife rich, open area of wood pastures, ornate gardens and ancient trees; with a historic deer herd. Join our volunteer Ranger led walk across the estate to discover many hidden stories from the past and learn about some of the wildlife that calls Belton Park Home.
Stroll along the river Witham, and amble through the Wilderness Gardens. Cut across the open parkland viewing the house from a distance to the HaHa, before venturing into the ornate Pleasure Gardens.
Explore the less familiar areas of the park, discover a diverse range of habitats and get closer to nature while learning more about their natural surroundings and the conservation work being undertaken.
Distance: 5km, this walk will take between 2-3 hours
|10:30 - 13:00
|10:30 - 13:00
Event ticket prices
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
- Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
- Meeting point
Please meet at Belton's Visitor Reception.
- What to bring and wear
Walking boots or walking shoes will be required. Wet weather clothing is advisable.
This event is on unsurfaced and uneven ground, meaning it is not wheelchair accessible. There are no stiles, but there are several gates and a cattle grid. Grass, muddy, rutted paths, and sloping ground.
No dogs on this walk.
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