Family fun this autumn at Croome
Enjoy some fun through the autumn at Croome with lots to keep the family entertained.
50 things to do before you’re 11¾
Now is the perfect time to No. 4 build a den, No. 18 create some wild art, No. 44 go bird watching, No. 6 run around in the rain or No.7 fly a kite - collect your free ’50 things’ book and sticker from the Visitor Centre.
Potter and Ponder map
Our sensory ‘Potter and Ponder’ map encourages visitors with disabilities to experience the beautiful parkland using touch, sight, sound, taste and smell during their visit. Download your map below of pick up a free copy at our Visitor Centre.
Natural play area
Discover the natural play area, the perfect place to sit and enjoy the last of the sun at one of the many picnic benches scattered around. Children can test their balance on tree trunks, play on the swings, build dens, sit on the wooden throne and scramble over logs amongst the trees.
RAF themed playground
Children can let their imagination run wild in the RAF themed playground with a control tower, scramble net, bunker, jeep, slides and swings.
Now is the perfect time to watch the birds feasting at the feeders which are regularly topped up by our volunteers - pick up a free bird spotter sheet from the Visitor Centre and tick off what you can see. You may even spot a cheeky squirrel.
The Visitor Centre is a great place to pick up a one of the many free spotter sheets. Don't forget to collect your '50 Things to do before you're 11¾' scrapbook and your sticker once you've completed a '50 things' challenge.
On rainy days retreat to the house and take apart the giant model in the basement - how long will it take you to rebuild it?
Have fun colouring in the activity room at the house.
Don’t forget to get your Visitor Passport stamped after your visit. There are lots of nearby properties to visit and get your passport stamped at too: The Firs - Elgars Birthplace, Hanbury Hall and Greyfriars just to name a few. Available at the shop for £5.