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Step inside the family room and recreate an Edwardian photography scene with your loved ones for a treasured special memory. Explore the wartime recruitment station and try on a soldier or nurse out-fit and imagine what it might have felt like to enlist. Ask about our 20th-century house trail or stretch your imagination outdoors with our natural playground and mini-castle play area.
Listen to a story
Ask on arrival about our daily talks and tours programme.
The Croft family have been here for nearly 1000 years and you can get a taste for some of their history with one of our morning taster tours. Tours last for 25 minutes and you can learn about the art and architecture, conservation or maybe some family history. It's your choice. Short of time? Look out for our afternoon talks which will give you a snippet of the juicy bits.
Follow in the footsteps of the forgotten servants
We'll show you what we've uncovered about the 19th- and 20th-century servants with our ongoing project to discover the past lives of the workers who lived and worked here. Downstairs you can learn about the once-working rooms of the cellars. Upstairs you can explore the west attic with our guide and find out about its time as a Welsh garrett or as a convent school and what the servants used it for.
There are lots of ways you can get involved with our work at the castle. We're looking for people to research and tell our many Croft stories, help us with our events, assist visitors and so much more. We've even got behind the scenes volunteering with conservation work inside and out.