We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews adventure playground national trust we'll return dog walk great adventure round the grounds formal gardens nt membership play area interesting house lovely grounds gift shop well worth a visit deer belton picnic maze
Lovely grounds. Visit the lakes with the boathouses. Formal gardens are unusual, but the orangery was closed. Good adventure playground for children and lots of activities going on. Very picturesque with lots of varied walks.
We visit quite regularly with our two young boys, 2 and 4. They can happily spend several hours just at the adventure playground, with loads of pieces of play equipment that are all well maintained. The miniature train is also a big pull. Toilets are...More
If you need to blow the cobwebs away this is the place to go. A huge area of parkland
with deer roaming free. Lovely formal gardens and orangery.
A temporary cafe at the moment but good food and refreshments.
Then there’s a large children’s play...More
We took a stroll round the grounds on a sunny autumn afternoon. There was still plenty of colour in the flower beds and of course the leave on the trees were starting to turn to their autumn russets. The water level in the lakes was...More
Had a picnic and then explored the play areas. Amazing set up, particularly for our 4 and 8 year olds. 2 year old needed to be kept an eye on however loved playing in the stones. Dress in old clothes, and take plenty of wipes....More
Children had a fantastic day park beautiful so much for them to go on and the deer are lovely to see went for lunch which was nice had to get time slot children loved the tree house but would definitely take picnic next time staff...More
A spectacular park, possibly the biggest adventure playground I've ever seen. It gets busy on nice days but the place is so big you can find some space. We didn't walk around the perimeter as it is huge and the kids would grumble - you...More
We visited Belton for the first time today and we loved it! Our boys are aged 1 & 4 and there was plenty for us to do. There are walks, gardens, indoor and outdoor play areas, a small train ride and cafes, as well as...More
Took the dog and we went to Belton House to walk round the deer park. Boy, it was hot; the deer knew how to deal with it, though, all lying down in the shade of large trees.
It's very scenic, even when the grass in...More
This National Trust property just north of Grantham is well worth a visit. There are lots of grounds and gardens to explore. The house has lots of interesting rooms each with enthusiast NT Volunteers to tell you the features and history. It has some unique...More