The Castle and Gardens are open to day visitors most Sundays and Mondays from Easter until early September.
Our postcode for finding us is NG32 1PE google maps
On the days when the Castle and Gardens are open to day visitors, the hours are from 11.00am - 5.00pm. Entry to the Castle is usually by guided tour only at 11.15am, 1.15pm and 3.15pm. Please allow at least 15 minutes to walk from the ticket office to the Castle where the tour begins.
On very busy days such as Bank Holidays, guided tours may not take place and instead, free flow around the Castle will be permitted (guides in the rooms will answer any questions). Free flow will not be permitted on less busy days.
Parking is at the bottom of a relatively steep hill, beside the ticket office / tea rooms, where light refreshments can also be purchased. The Castle is accessible only via a 5-10 minute walk up the hill.
Please be aware that CCTV cameras are in operation at the main gates to the Estate. Sorry, no dogs allowed (except guide, hearing and support dogs).
The Castle and Gardens will be open on the following Sundays and Mondays in 2014:
July 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28**
August 3**, 4**, 10**, 11**, 17**, 18**, 24**, 25**, 31**
*National Garden Scheme Opening days
** On these ten dates, tours of the private apartments can take place by payment of an extra supplement of £30.00 to normal ticket prices and by informing Mr Harvey Proctor on firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week in advance of a desire to take such a tour.
Admission Prices are currently:
Castle & Garden Tickets:
Adults £15 : Concessions £12 : Children £8 : Family (2A3C) £40
A car parking charge of £2.00 per car will apply to all to cars parking in our car parks.
Garden only tickets
Adults £8 : Concessions £7 : Children £5 : Family £25
Entry to the Castle for groups of 20 or more will be by conducted tours at times to be arranged with the group. For information regarding group tours please contact email@example.com or telephone 01476 871002 . (Adults £12 : Concessions £10 : Children £7)
Please Note: Coaches are not able to drop off passengers at the Castle which is situated at the top of a hill. Any groups arriving by coach to the public car park should be aware that, unfortunately, it is not possible to access to the Castle other than by a 5 minute walk up a relatively steep hill.
Admission into the Castle is free for wheelchair users (ground floor only). There are WCs for disabled visitors in the Castle and ticket office car park. Only guide, hearing and support dogs are permitted in the Castle and Grounds. Disabled and fragile persons can ask at the ticket office for a car pass to drive up the hill and park near to the Castle.
Belvoir Castle is a member of Hidden England.