May half term fun at Croome

Children having fun in the RAF themed playground

Spring sunshine gives families the chance to get out an about during May half-term.

May half term Family Trail

Have lots of fun exploring the landscape at Croome.  Saturday 25 May – Sunday 2 June, 10am to 4pm - £2 per trail, prize included - Normal admission applies.

Spotter sheets

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.

Birdwatching at Croome - download our spotter sheet

Long tailed tit with nesting material
long tailed tit with nesting material
Long tailed tit with nesting material

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. 

The Potter and Ponder map
Croome Potter and Ponder map
The Potter and Ponder map

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 11¾’ 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’.

Climbing at tree at Croome
child climbing tree at Croome
Climbing at tree at Croome

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.

Den building in the wild play area
Children building a den with branches
Den building in the wild play area