Shopping at Croome

Our shop has now reopened. For the safety of staff and visitors we've introduced social distancing measures and changes to payment, card payment preferred . It is through your purchases that we are able to continue looking after Croome for everyone, for ever.

  • The safety of staff, volunteers and visitors is our priority, therefore we will be introducing social distancing measures including:
  • Where necessary, we will limit the flow of people coming into our shop to ensure they don’t get too busy.
  • Hand sanitiser will be available for customers and colleagues to use, as well as extra cleaning products to wipe baskets.
  • Protective screens at till points.
  • We have created a separate entrance and exit with a one-way system, so that it’s easier to keep a safe distance from other customers.
  • Our staff and signs will reinforce these safety measures.
Croome spring shop riverlands range

Riverlands Range

Inspired by rivers and their surrounding landscape, the 2020 theme explores the rivers in our care and the work that is done to keep them healthy, clean and rich in wildlife.

Croome spring shop food

Food and Drink

Working with specialist producers, our fruity jams, tasty curds, crunchy biscuits and very quaffable wines are all locally sourced, UK-made. So, if you are looking for food and drink gifts, or just a delicious snack for your walk around the park, there should be something to tempt your tastebuds.

Croome spring shop riverlands range

Fashion Accessories

This seasons Nymans' foliage hero print is inspired by rivers and their surrounding landscape. Our theme explores the rivers in our care, and we are delighted to present this inspirational design on silks, bamboo and modal scarves as well as the best-selling oil cloth cross body bag and purse.

mirror display in the shop

Garden Collection

Welcome wildlife into your garden with our range of bird feeders and houses. Our garden sculptures and range of outdoor mirrors promise to brighten up any border.

Croome spring shop cushions and blankets

Home Accessories

Create a space you'll love to spend time in. From stylish throws, cushions to kitchen accessories and home baking essentials, there's something for every home and kitchen, as well as great new home gifts.

Croome spring shop walking items

Outdoor Range

Whatever the weather throws at you, exciting fresh air adventures and fun family days out are sorted with our outdoor range of hiking equipment, picnic rugs, rucksacks, torches and more including gifts for your four legged friend.

cleaning products in the shop

Sustainable Living

Our eco-friendly range with items such as the best-selling steel straws and the bee's wraps is a great way to start thinking about our own plastic waste & act as a guide to anyone hoping to make a difference.

Croome spring shop linens


Linen is the most amazing fabric. Made from the flax plant, it's one of the oldest know fibres and also one of the most sustainable. Our new range of kitchen textiles celebrates this humble but wonderful fabric. The dramatic lush foliage around the winding woodland streams at Nymans have inspired our kitchen textiles.

Summer flowers in the Gardener's Bothy
Summer flowers in the Gardener's Bothy
Summer flowers in the Gardener's Bothy

The Gardener's Bothy 

Take home a memory of your day at Croome with something for your garden, our Gardener's Bothy plant centre sells an impressive range of seasonal plants and shrubs.

Use of peat irreversibly damages one of the UK's most vulnerable habitats - peat bogs. We are proud to say that all the plants we grow and sell are propagated and grown in peat-free compost.

The National Trust is a peat free gardening organisation. The approach covers soil conditioning, propagation and the growing of plants and plants bought in from nurseries for planting in gardens and those for sale via our plant sales.

Peat is industrially extracted from peat bogs (mostly lowland, for horticulture, but also upland), causing irreversible damage to one of the UK’s most vulnerable nature conservation habitats and historic environments. Healthy peat bogs are crucial as carbon ‘sinks’ and ‘stores’ – locking away atmospheric carbon into peat that can survive for thousands of years. Damaged peatlands emit hugely more carbon than they sink, making our precious peat resources a priority in the management of climate change.  

The National Trust has therefore phased out the use of peat at its properties, and encourages amateur gardeners to use alternatives to peat.

" Every purchase you make helps look after Croome."
- Tina King, Retail Manager

We trust, together, we can continue to grow our ability to provide access to nature, beauty and history for everyone.

We look forward to welcoming you to Croome.