May half-term fun at Croome
Spring sunshine gives families the chance to get out an about during May half-term.
Georgian Games Trail
Have lots of fun exploring the landscape at Croome. Discover some of the games that would have been popular before television was invented! Have a go and see which one is your favourite. Saturday 26th May – Sunday 3rd June, 10am to 4pm - £2 per trail, prize included - Normal admission applies.
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Pick up free spotter sheet at the Visitor Centre and see what you can see in the bird hide or download one here to bring with you.
Potter and Ponder
Explore Croome though different senses: touch, sight, sound, taste, and smell with our map designed for visitors with autism and severe disabilities. Pick up your free copy at the Visitor Centre.
Adam Speaks treehouse
Explore inside our Adam Speaks treehouse in the park, what will you do in the treehouse?
50 things this half-term
Pick up a free 50 things booklet from the Visitor Centre – don’t forget to collect your sticker when you’ve completed a challenge.
Croome is one of the best places to have a go at the ‘50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾’ challenges. 36 challenges can be done in the park such as ‘climb a tree’, ‘roll down a really big hill’, ‘build a den’ and ‘find a geocache’.
What will you do at Croome this half term?
Wild Play and RAF playground
The wild play area is a perfect place for an adventure and to make dens in. On the way to the wild play area there is an RAF themed playground with a climbable control tower, plane slide, accessible bunker, parachute swing, mini jeep and swings for younger children.