Croome is a great place for enjoying autumn colours, after dry summers, the autumn rains start the fungi growing.
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.
Wild play area, bird hide, spotter sheets, family trails and more means there's so much to keep the family entertained this autumn.
Enjoy our self guided autumn downloadble pdf colour walk round the parkland with information about the sights you will see.
Follow our self guided buggy friendly route this autumn at Croome with this downloadble pdf guide.
Contemporary exhibitions and installations telling Croome's stories in new and interesting ways.
Autumn is a hive of activity with some birds migrating for the winter and Croome welcoming new arrivals from colder climates.
Croome is a great place for birdwatching all year round, bring your binoculars and see what you can spot.
From rolling down a big hill to finding some funky fungi - what will your next '50 things' adventure be at Croome?
Croome’s orchard has a mixture of young trees planted by staff and volunteers, as well as older trees which hint at the use of the land over the past 300 years.
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.
There’s so much to see during your visit to Croome whether it’s enjoying the acres of parkland, exploring the house or having family fun in our play areas, we can help you get the most out of your visit.
The principal building at Croome, Croome Court, had been the home of the Coventry family since the 16th century, though the building in its current form was started in 1751.
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