Belton House is a stunning 17th-century country house located in the village of Grantham in Lincolnshire. Set in over 850 acres of beautiful parkland, the house is a Grade I listed building and is considered one of the finest examples of Restoration architecture in the country.
Visitors to Belton House can explore the house and gardens, and learn about the history of the estate and the people who lived there. The house is filled with beautiful furnishings and works of art, including ceramics, paintings, and sculptures. Belton’s formal gardens are of Dutch and Italian design, with cast-iron orangery and fountain, and there are over 1,00 acres of parkland to explore, including an ancient deer park.
In addition to the house and gardens, Belton House also has a number of activities and events throughout the year, including outdoor theatre performances, children's activities, and guided tours.