Spotter sheets and 50 things activities mean there's lots to keep the family entertained through the autumn.
Croome is the perfect place for a walk, whatever the season. With dog friendly maps, downloadable walks, water bowls and waste bins, we hope you enjoy your walkies.
The Grade 1 listed Panorama Tower was designed by James Wyatt in 1801 and was based on an earlier design by Robert Adam for a similar building in 1760s.
Dunstall Castle designed as a whimsical folly by Robert Adam in 1766. You can visit the outside of the 'Castle' or walk to it from within the grounds.
Spotter sheets, family trails and more means there's so much to keep the family entertained this summer.
Follow the footsteps of William Dean, head gardener at Croome in the early 1800s.
Let your four legged friend enjoy the outdoors with you and explore the parkland with magnificent views of Croome's house and park along this walk.
A 4.5 mile (7.2km) walk to get close up to one of our outer eye-catchers, Pirton Castle.
Stretch your legs and take a walk through some gorgeous seasonal colour of flaming reds, vibrant oranges and golden yellows with great autumn views in the parkland.
COMING SOON - Surf, Sweat and Tears: The Life of Ted Deerhurst Exhibition. This fascinating exhibition explores the epic life of Ted Deerhurst, the only son of the 11th Earl of Coventry, who pursued a life of surf and sun.
Enjoy the parkland in Worcestershire with the whole family on this buggy and wheelchair friendly easy accessible walk taking in the main highlights of Croome.
What will you see today? Whether it’s an hour, half a day or whole day, we’ve compiled the ‘must sees’ to make the most of time.
Enjoy the parkland in Worcestershire with the whole family on this easy circular walk taking in the autumn colour of Croome.
The Rotunda sits in the Home Shrubbery, from where there are wonderful views over the parkland and river towards the Malvern Hills.
Venture further afield and download a leisurely circular walk to the Park Seat taking in the beautiful Rotunda, shaded walks, river and Croome Court on the way.
Enjoy a relaxing walk this summer in the Worcestershire countryside taking in some great spots to sit and enjoy a picnic or just enjoy the colour at Croome with our self guided walk.
The Park Seat was designed by Robert Adam in 1766 and has been known locally as The Owl's Nest, as it used to be a home to a barn owl.
This circular walk is intended to show you some of the areas, follies and monuments we have been able to conserve with the help of you, our supporters.