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Heritage Centre:Belgrave Hall

Heritage Site

Address

Church Road,
Leicester,
LE4 5PE

Details

Built from blue and red brick between 1709 and 1713, Belgrave Hall was commissioned for hosiery merchant Edmund Craddock and his wife Anne. Later it became the home of William Vann, High Sheriff of Leicestershire (c.1767) and John Ellis, businessman and Leicester MP, who was instrumental in introducing the railway to Leicester in 1833. 

On Heritage Open Days you can take the opportunity to wander through the beautiful Hall itself and soak up the traditional architecture.

The tranquil walled gardens, surrounding the Hall, include plants and trees introduced by the Hall’s many owners, including yew trees and wisteria planted by the Ellis family in the mid-1800s.

Check our events page for dates when you can tour the house and wonderful gardens. Don’t miss our special events programme including; children’s activity days, open air theatre and music performances, craft sessions for adults, our annual food and garden festival and thrilling ghost watching events.

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Map reference: SK 591070  Lat: 52.65836 Long: -1.12667