Garden Entry Tickets

Explore the beauty of the gardens at Belvoir Castle.

Garden Only Tickets not available after 31st October

What’s included?

Explore the Formal Gardens and woodlands 

With over 16,000 acres to discover, adventures await. The Duchess Garden is a tranquil space with unique trees, the Formal Gardens are impressive and the Japanese Woodland features 250 specimen camellias.

Capability Brown drew up a landscaping plan for the Castle in 1780, and they were rediscovered in the Castle archives in 2013. Now that these plans have been completed, you can enjoy the picturesque landscape that Capability Brown had planned for Belvoir Castle. 

Click here to find out more about the exquisite Castle gardens and lakes.

Pick up a map to discover endless walks

Did you know that there are seven different walking trails at Belvoir Castle? With endless walks available, you can spend the day taking in the beautiful surroundings.

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Click here to view the Garden Map.

Adventure Playground

Inspired by the Castle’s architecture, the Belvoir Castle Adventure Playground will keep your adventurous little ones entertained. Featuring multiple levels, a giant timber castle, ship and towers, it is perfect for children of all ages. Watch as they scale the secret climbing wall and whizz on the zip wire! Entry is included with your Garden Entry Tickets.

Click here to find out more about the Belvoir Castle Adventure Playground. 

Due to health & safety reasons, some areas of our estate grounds will be out of bounds during the winter period. Thank you for your cooperation.

Opening times

The Gardens are currently closed for winter and will be open on the weekends of February 11th & 12th and February 18th & 19th, before returning to normal opening times from February 25th.

On our open days, the gardens are open from 11am – 4pm. The gates close at 5pm, so please allow adequate time to vacate the premises.

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The gardens are located on a hillside and can be tricky to negotiate. Mobility scooters and power chairs can navigate the paved Rose Gardens, but the gradient and gravel paths can make this hard work for standard wheelchairs and pushchairs.

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Food and drink

The Vale View Café is the perfect pit stop before you explore the gardens. Savour hot drinks, snacks and even a sweet treat. 

Click here to view the full menu.

Once you’ve had your adventure, head to The Engine Yard Retail Village and refuel at the Fuel Tank Kitchen, from classic dishes to cheesy wood-fired pizzas, you’ll be spoilt for choice. 

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Dogs are welcome within our grounds, however, we ask that they are kept on a lead at all times. 

Car parking

Car parking is available, and charges apply. Please click here to find out more.


Children under the age of 4 do not require admissions tickets, and child admission tickets apply for ages 4 – 16. Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable. We can exchange your tickets for another day if you’re unable to attend due to unforeseen circumstances. 

For our full Terms & Conditions, including refund policies, please click here.

For bookings of groups of 15+, please contact [email protected]

Free garden entry applies to:

Please show your pass on arrival, you don’t need to pre-book.

The Engine Yard

You must visit the Engine Yard Retail Village whilst you’re here and indulge at the independent boutique shops. From the toy shop to the jewellers, it’s hard to leave empty-handed!

Click here to discover The Engine Yard.



We look forward to welcoming you and hope you have an enjoyable visit.