Family fun this summer

Enjoy some summer fun at Croome with lots to keep the family entertained.

Double the fun this summer with two family trails

'Tree' and 'Flower' Explorer trails

Tree Trail - Saturday 22 July to Sunday 13 August

Flower Trail - Monday 14 August to Sunday 3 September,

10am to 4pm,  £2.50 including a prize

Can you help 'Capability' Brown on his journey looking for the perfect trees and flowers in the parkland?   Normal admission applies

Why not try one of our trails?
children exploring the woods for trees

Potter and Ponder Map

Our new sensory ‘Potter and Ponder’ map encourages visitors with disabilities to experience the beautiful parkland using touch, sight, sound, taste, and smell during their visit.

Read more about Potter and Ponder and download the map

Summer Reading Challenge at Croome

The Summer Reading Challenge takes place every year and is a national scheme produced by The Reading Agency delivered by libraries. Each year there is a new theme and in 2017 libraries everywhere will be celebrating around the theme of Animal Agents accompanied by Tony Ross' wonderful illustrations.

Read more about the Summer Reading Challenge here

Natural play area

Discover the natural play area, the perfect place to sit and enjoy the summer sun at one of the many picnic benches scattered around.  Children can test their balance on tree trunks, 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.

Fun in the RAF themed playground
Children having fun in the RAF themed playground

Bird hide

See the birds feasting at the feeders and see if you can spot a cheeky squirrel.

Spotter Sheets

The Visitor Centre is a great place to pick up a free spotter sheet or 50 Things scrapbook with lots of ideas to do on a rainy day.

Hidden house

See the giant model in the basement of the house - take it apart and see if you can rebuild it.

Activity room

Have fun colouring in the activity room at the house or try modelling your own landscape.

Rebuild Croome's Hidden House
Visitor putting together the building blocks of the Hidden House model

Explorer rucksack

Borrow a free explorer rucksack from reception full of fun activities for all the family.

When you go down to Croome today, you might just spot the elusive Croomealoop who loves to explore the parkland.

Can you use your explorer backpacks to find him? You might just meet some other creatures along the way. If you catch a glimpse, create a nature collage and you could win a piece of yummy cake in our canteen.