The Grade 1 listed Panorama Tower was designed by James Wyatt in 1801 and was based on an earlier design by Robert Adam for a similar building in 1760s.
The building is made of Bath stone and was modelled on Tempietto Romano in Rome, which was designed by Donato Bramante.
Significant funding from The Rowlands Trust and Natural England enabled Croome to acquire and restore the Panorama Tower.
Inside the building is a spiral staircase which leads to the 360 degree viewing platform, hence 'Panorama'. From there you can see part of Croome's 'Capability' Brown designed landscape, Worcester Cathedral and the surrounding countryside of Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.
You can view the exterior of the Panorama Tower thoughout the year. The inside is accessible on special open days in 2019.
March – Sat 23, 11am to 2pm | April – Wed 17, 11am to 3pm | May – Sun 19, 11am to 3pm | June – Thurs 20, 11am to 3pm | July – Tues 16, 11am to 3pm | Aug – Fri 9, 11am to 3pm | Sept – Sun 8, 11am to 3pm.