About Belton House
Belton House is an historic mansion house in Lincolnshire which is now a popular visitor attraction.
Built between 1685 and 1688 the house was the seat of the Brownlow and Cust families for over 300 years before it was gifted to the National Trust who operate the site today. The mansion house boasts a number of fine state rooms and halls and is also surrounded by 36 acres of formal gardens and a larger wooded park.
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