Join a free guided walk or tour at Croome

Discover more about our stories, history or conservation work at Croome.

Note: All these walks and tours are reliant on volunteer guide availabilty. See the What's On pages for full details.


Mondays at 2pm - The 6th Earl's favourite walk

Volunteer led walking tour from the Visitor Centre meeting point to the Rotunda and then to the Court.  Normal admission applies.


Tuesday to Sunday - 11am to 4pm - House tour

Join one of our fascinating house tours led by volunteers.  Normal admission applies.

'Romp through the bedrooms' - A walk through the first floor rooms, who was where when and what happened.  You will also see the changes some of the rooms underwent in more recent times.

'At home with the 6th Earl' - An introduction to the life of the 6th Earl of Coventry and the people he employed in the making of Croome Court as we know it today.

'Secrets of the Basement' - We aim to demonstrate the “house within a house” concept with the Carolean era house being encapsulated in the Georgian redesign and to point out indicators of the earlier medieval house.

Join a tour with one of our volunteers
Volunteer guide taking visitors to first floor


Delve into the history of the Red Wing

Take a peek behind the door to the Red Wing. Ever wondered what's hidden inside the rooms not open to the public?  

Don a hard hat and join one of our guides to discover more about its history, secrets and architecture.

Tours will be operating every day throughout the year. Ask one of our house guides for details.  Normal admission applies.

Join a tour in the Red Wing
Visitors with tour guide in the Red Wing


Monday to Thursday from 1.30pm - 'Capability' Brown's Garden of Surprises

Volunteer led walking tour from the Visitor Centre meeting point around the shrubberies and parkland.  Normal admission applies.

Group walking past Sabrina
Group walking at Croome


RAF guided walk 11am to approx 1pm

29 August, 3 September, 26 September and 1 October.

Join our guide who will show you where during the Second World War, a substantial part of the parkland was requisitioned for the building of a large military airfield, known as RAF Defford.

The walk highlights wartime locations and reveals how events changed the 18th century 'Capability' Brown landscape. Secrets are waiting to be told along the route, for this was no ordinary airfield - top secret radar was developed here which helped to win the war.

This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

The walk is limited to 25 persons, booking is advisable call 01905371006.


Purchase a copy of the RAF Defford Walk booklet
The RAF Defford Walk booklet