Walled Gardens 

Belgrave Hall’s gardens are open between April and September and offer a sensory feast to explore and enjoy.  

The serene walled gardens change with the seasons and every month there is something new to enjoyBring a picnic to enjoy on the elegant formal lawn and experience the peace and tranquillity away from the bustle of the City.  

The seasonal flower beds, fragrant Edwardian roses, ancient mulberry trees, rock and water garden, and a traditional fruit and herb garden are a great source of inspiration and show the imagination and skill of gardeners through the centuries.  

Exotic and traditional plants are nurtured in our green houses and children will love to explore the woodland gardens and discover the hidden monument garden. 

'The gardens are always lovely with lots of hidden corners, shapes and colour. A real oasis in the city and a great place to take a break. A fascinating and historic building and garden. Had a lovely chat about this unique place with the staff and we shared our enthusiasm for it.’ - Visitor

Belgrave Hall Gallery

Belgrave Hall 

Whilst you are enjoying the gardens you can also take in the exterior architecture of the Hall.  Look closely at the brickwork and you will see the striking red and blue ‘Flemish bond’ pattern, which was made from locally quarried stone.  

Other traditional architectural features on the outside of the Hall include the ornately decorated water butts, and the lead rainwater heads which feature the family crest of the Craddock family. 

Take advantage of the special Heritage Open Days when the Hall itself is open for you to tour and discover more about the house and families who have lived there.

See our events calendar to find out about special events.

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