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Belgrave Hall & Gardens

Belgrave Hall provides an oasis of peace and quiet in a busy city.

It was built in the early 18th century, in what was then a small village three miles from the town of Leicester. Now city traffic passes, almost unnoticed, just beyond the garden walls. It has changed hands many times but the owners have always played a major role in the economic, social and charitable life of the community. 

Over the years the house has been lived in, loved and altered to meet the changing needs of its owners. Today, as one of six museums run by Leicester City Council, it fulfils yet another purpose by giving visitors a glimpse of the past. 

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Contact

Telephone:
0116 225 4910
Web:
leicester.gov.uk
Address:
Church Road, Leicester, LE4 5PE

Location

Map showing Belgrave Hall & Gardens

Facilities

  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair Access