May is National Walking Month, so why not get outdoors and explore Croft's ancient parkland?
Don't miss our beautiful bluebells this spring.
Late spring is one of the best times of year to see the garden in bloom, with bursts of colour from the borders and busy bees and butterflies hard at work.
Discover our First World War commemorations in the castle, smell the spring flowers, tick off your 50 things and stretch your legs in the parkland.
Discover the best spots to tuck into your picnic.
Inspire your little ones with a 'Snowdrop the fairy' themed trail around the grounds, natural play, muddy adventures and more this half-term.
A mixture of picnic lawns, sweeping views and a 3-acre working Walled Garden which you can explore through the seasons with your family and four legged friend.
Pop on your walking boots, grab a lead and head out into the outdoors with your dog.
Blow away the cobwebs and head out into the great outdoors at Croft.
Be prepared for some steep paths on this river valley trail.
Enjoy a gentle wander into the heart of Croft's parkland and discover the ancient trees and wildlife along the way.
There's plenty of wildlife to spot in the wooded valley.
This trail takes in woodland, fields and an Iron Age hillfort.
Discover the lost carriage rides from the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.
Grab your walking boots and your four legged friend and explore almost 4500 years of history in Croft's 1500-acres of wood, farm and parkland, all year round.
Immerse yourself in autumnal colour, feel the crunch of leaves beneath your feet and enjoy the shifting of the seasons at Croft.
Looking to try something new in 2017? Challenge yourself to a 10k DirtRun and start ticking off your New Year's resolutions early.
Find out all about Croft's beautiful butterflies and where to spot them.