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National Trust - Belton House

High Rd, Belton, Grantham NG32 2LW, UK

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About National Trust - Belton House

Belton House is a Grade I listed country house in the parish of Belton near Grantham in Lincolnshire, which was built in 1685-8 for Sir John Brownlow. It has over 1300 acres of beautiful gardens and parkland to explore. There are a variety of walking routes around the estate and through the parkland and woods as well as around the lake.


Attractions near National Trust - Belton House

Belton Woods Hotel0.81km from National Trust - Belton House

Belton Woods, a four-star hotel that’s all about relaxation and fun, Set in 475 acres of gorgeous Lincolnshire countryside.  One of the beautiful palc3e for a luxury stay and dine.  As one of their extra family-friendly hotels, you can be sure to find lots of fun things to see and do nearby that will entertain the whole family.

Wyndham Park3.06km from National Trust - Belton House

A beautiful park which lies on the banks of the River Witham just to the north of Grantham Town Centre. It has a wide range of facilities for young and old and proudly holds the Green Flag Award. It has beautiful playgrounds, exercise equipment, picnic facilities, walking tracks and improved cycling paths, the upgrade also provides an opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the Werribee River and the surrounding environment, including additional tress and plants.

St Wulframs Church3.63km from National Trust - Belton House

St Wulfram's Church, Grantham, is a parish church in the Church of England in Grantham in Lincolnshire. The church has been a Grade I listed building, since 8 May 1950. This was clearly a church of importance by that time, and the pillars in the eastern part of the nave survive from a Norman cruciform church. The earliest church on this site was built in the early Saxon period and a church was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. You can still see Saxon herringbone stonework near the organ.

Grantham Museum3.93km from National Trust - Belton House

Grantham Museum is located at St Peter's Hill, Grantham, Lincolnshire, England in the building provided for it in 1926. It interprets the town through its archaeology, various aspects of post-medieval life, local trades and industries. The basis of the collection is material provided by Henry Preston, the first Curator and Founder, and twentieth century additions included material about Sir Isaac Newton, Edith Smith and Margaret Thatcher.

St James Church10.85km from National Trust - Belton House

St James' Church, Louth is a parish church of the Church of England in Louth, Lincolnshire, England. It is notable for its tall spire. It has the tallest steeple of any medieval parish church in Britain. The church is mainly 15th century and is the third building on the site, replacing 11th- and 13th-century buildings. Originally the church had five subsidiary chapels and altars and a three-storey rood screen.

Belvoir Castle12.28km from National Trust - Belton House

Belvoir Castle is the ancestral home of the Dukes of Rutland. The family have lived at Belvoir in an unbroken line for almost a thousand years. The Castle visitors can see today dates from 1832 and is regarded as one of the finest examples of Regency architecture in the country. The estate surrounding the castle contains formal gardens and woodland, all with stunning views. The latest garden restoration programme brought the lost plans of Capability Brown to fruition.

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Lincolnshire is a county in the East Midlands of England.  The majority of tourism in Lincolnshire relies on the coastal resorts and towns to the east of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The county has some of the best-known seaside resorts in the United Kingdom, which are a major attraction to visitors from across England, especially the East Midlands and parts of Yorkshire.