Pricing & Memberships

Castle and Garden Tickets Price
Castle and Garden – Adult   £26
Castle and Garden – Concessions (student & over 65s)*  £24
Castle and Garden – Child (3-16) £10
Castle and Garden – Family (2 adults 3 children) £60
Castle and Garden Entry – Child (under 3) Free
Castle and Garden Entry – Adult Carer £10



Garden Ticket Price
Garden – Adult  £10
Garden – Concessions (student & over 65s)  £8
Garden – Child (3-16)  £6
Garden – Family (2 adults 3 children)  £32
Garden Entry – Child (under 3) Free
Garden Entry – Adult Carer £5



Friends of Belvoir Annual Passes


CASTLE: Friends of Belvoir, Gardens & Playground Annual Pass Price
Adult  £52
Family (1 adult 3 children)  £75
Family (2 adults 3 children)  £125
Child (aged 3 - 16) £20
Child (under 3) Free


PARKLAND: Gardens & Playground Annual Pass

Adult £25
Family (1 adult 3 children) £65
Family (2 adults 3 children) £85
Child (aged 3 - 16) £15
Child (under 3) Free


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I get a refund or exchange?

Tickets are non-refundable however ticket dates and times can be changed by emailing [email protected]

How do I get my tickets and what's included?

You will receive your ticket through email, this will include a unique ticket order number and QR code, which can be printed or shown on a mobile device. Should you require any help or assistance with your order please email [email protected]

Castle tickets include Castle, Gardens, Parklands & Adventure Playground.

Garden tickets include Gardens, Parklands & Adventure Playground.

Do I have to book tickets in advance?

We recommend that you book tickets in advance as each timed entry has a limited capacity, however on less busy days purchasing tickets on the gate is possible.

Should I arrive in advance of my time slot?

The ticket office will open at 9:30am every day with the first tour starting at 11.30am. We recommend arriving 10 minutes before your timed entry slot, allowing enough time to park, check-in at the ticket office and walk up the steep hill from the Main Car Park to the Castle (roughly takes 5-7 minutes).


Is Belvoir wheelchair/pushchair friendly?

As a historical building, access is unfortunately limited for visitors with pushchairs or limited mobility. We do not have lifts in place for wheelchair or pushchair users to visit above the ground floor, therefore disabled access is free along with half price for one carer. Please note that carers will have to present a valid proof of entitlement to DLA, PIP, Attendence Allowance or a valid Access Card to the Ticket Office.

Visitors with mobility issues are able to use our disabled drop off parking bays at the Castle to avoid a steep walk from the Car Park up to the Castle. Please check in at the Ticket Office in the Main Castle Car Park on arrival for a unique access code in order to drive up to the Castle.

For babies, we recommend using baby carriers as pushchairs can be hard to navigate in the castle. There is a ‘pushchair park’ located in the Porter’s Lodge. 

Is the Adventure Playground Accessible?

The Adventure Playground is set within a natural woodland, with some uneven ground and steps. However a wooden boardwalk, which reaches the top of the playground is accessible by wheelchair and pushchair, creating a fun and inclusive space for all of Belvoir’s visitors.

Are dogs allowed at Belvoir Castle

Although dogs on leads are welcome within Belvoir Castle grounds, dogs are NOT welcome within the Castle or Adventure Playground. Assistance dogs are welcome in the Castle.

Where are the toilets located?

Toilets can be found upon arrival at the Ticket Office, Gardens, and inside the Castle.

How long does it take to go round Belvoir Castle?

We recommend that the free-flow tour around the castle will take 30 – 90 minutes depending on dwell time and speed of visitors. Guided tours take anywhere between 90-120 minutes. You can spend the whole day wandering the gardens! There is not a cap on time allocation at the Adventure Playground, however re-entry is not permitted in any area.

Will there be any catering facilities?

There will be food and drink available from Vale View Cafe located in the Ticket Office car park, The Aviary Tearoom in the Castle (serving Afternoon Tea, light lunches and cakes), and The Belvoir Bistro at the Engine Yard. 

On busy days we have Outdoor Chalets located near the Castle doors serving hot food and drinks and the Old Servants Hall providing refreshments and snacks.

Picnics are welcome, but please note barbeques are strictly banned on the Belvoir Estate.

Do you have to pay for car parking?

Yes. A full day pass can be purchased at the main castle car park for £2, which is redeemable against an entry ticket and at any of the Belvoir Restaurants/Cafe and Shops

Membership options RHS & HH

Members of the RHS and HHA receive free entry to the Gardens and Adventure Playground. There is no need to book, please turn up on the day you would like to visit with your membership card to show to the ticket office. HHA also get entry into the Castle, you must have your membership card.

Belvoir Castle is not part of National Trust or English Heritage. We are a privately owned home. 

Can I take videos and flash photography

Please note that no flash photography is allowed within the premises. Additionally,  filming and professional photography require prior authorisation. Thank you for your cooperation.