Picnics at Croome
Nothing can beat a picnic on a sunny summer's day at Croome with picnic spots to suit everyone in the parkland.
Church Hill is a lovely place to take in the far reaching views towards the house and the Malvern Hills or a short walk to the Rotunda gives great views to the outer parkland.
Picnic benches near the wild play area means you can relax whilst the family have fun making dens in the wild play area or enjoy the nearby playground.
Head to the picnic tables near the childrens play areas at the Visitor Centre or on the south lawn by the house where you’ll find picnic benches and also be in easy reach of the cafés and toilets.
Enjoy the open spaces by the house and burn off some energy running around.
Chill in one of the many deckchairs scattered around the lakeside and enjoy the tranquility. See if you can spy the many dragonflies flitting around the waters edge or the elusive heron that sometimes makes an appearance.
Find a shady spot amongst trees near the wild play area, Rotunda, lakeside, near the old boathouse or go exploring and find your own special place.
Pork and Chicken Picnic Pie
Why not try making your own picnic pie to bring with you?
Feeling energetic? Download our walk to Park Seat (at the bottom of this page) a great setting to enjoy a picnic whist enjoying the views of the serpentine river and the house. Along the west side of the river there is a tree with a bench all the way round, an excellent place for a picnic with some stunning views.